Resource Documents by Virginia Wind
Measuring the Performance of Wind Energy Projects
Assuring the Success of the Commonwealth Energy Policy The General Assembly has found that energy is essential to the health, safety, welfare and economy of the Commonwealth and that state government should facilitate the availability and delivery of reliable and adequate supplies of energy to industrial, commercial, and residential users at reasonable costs. The General Assembly has also enumerated energy objectives (§ 67-101), set forth a Commonwealth Energy Policy (§ 67-102), and directed development of a non-regulatory Virginia Energy Plan . . . Complete article »
Industrial Wind Power in the Mountains of Virginia
Overstated Benefits and Understated Costs The attached brochure is provided as a counterpoint to the Virginia State Wind Symposium at James Madison University on June 18th and 19th . This symposium is sponsored by the Virginia Wind Energy Collaborative (VWEC), a state and federally funded organization that purports to promote balanced development of wind generated electricity in Virginia. The symposium, however, is remarkably unbalanced. Although concerns have been widely raised about the overstated benefits and understated costs of industrial-scale wind . . . Complete article »
Environmental Working Group – Virginia Wind Energy Collaborative
Landscape Classification System
A Landscape Classification system addressing environmental issues associated with Utility Scale Wind Energy Development in Virginia Download original document: “A landscape classification system” Complete article »
Virginia Wind Responds to Highland New Wind Development Air Quality Benefit Claims
Virginia Wind submitted the attached comments to the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) in response to material filed by and on behalf of Highland New Wind Development (HNWD) purporting to quantify air pollution emission reductions that the Highland County wind project would achieve. The HNWD submission to the SCC responds to a request from the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) for a “backdown study” to determine potential emissions displacement by identification of electrical generators that will reduce output in . . . Complete article »
Search all of documents for "Virginia Wind".
Search entire site for "Virginia Wind".