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Dirty truth about ‘clean’ windpower? What the critics are saying
Author’s Note: The following essay is not intended to criticize or offend local landowners who agreed to have wind turbines placed on their property in return for fairly generous rents. They were no doubt acting in the sincere conviction that wind power is green energy pure and simple, and, given the media blitz of the developers, as well as the generally favourable image of wind power in the public mind, they would have had little reason to think otherwise. I . . . Complete article »
Letter to Richard Hurlburt, Nova Scotia Minister of Energy
This letter explains the concerns about the cost and adverse impacts of large-scale wind energy development in the face of the limited ability of wind power to reduce greenhouse gases. It is provided as comment on the “Nova Scotia Wind Integration Study” commissioned by the N.S. Department of Energy, which Mr. Goodrich notices appears to have been written to justify the decision to erect hundreds of wind turbines, not to examine the wisdom and practicality of that decision. Download original . . . Complete article »
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