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Unless indicated otherwise, documents presented here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch. These resource documents are shared here to assist anyone wishing to research the issue of industrial wind power and the impacts of its development. The information should be evaluated by each reader to come to their own conclusions about the many areas of debate. • The copyrights reside with the sources indicated. As part of its noncommercial educational effort to present the environmental, social, scientific, and economic issues of large-scale wind power development to a global audience seeking such information, National Wind Watch endeavors to observe “fair use” as provided for in section 107 of U.S. Copyright Law and similar “fair dealing” provisions of the copyright laws of other nations.

How offshore wind drives up global carbon emissions 

Authors:  | Emissions, Technology, U.S.

Categories:  Emissions, Technology, U.S.

Taking the Wind Out of Climate Change 

Authors:  | Emissions

Categories:  Emissions

Wind power harms the environment, fuels bad energy policies and poor investments 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Environment, Health, Noise, Property values

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Environment, Health, Noise, Property values

Quantifying the land-based opportunity carbon costs of onshore wind farms 

Authors:  | Emissions, Environment, Scotland

Categories:  Emissions, Environment, Scotland

Virginia and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative 

Authors:  | Emissions, Virginia

Categories:  Emissions, Virginia

New evidence renewables don’t reduce carbon dioxide emissions 

Authors:  | Delaware, Emissions, Maryland, New Jersey, U.S., Virginia

Categories:  Delaware, Emissions, Maryland, New Jersey, U.S., Virginia

Climate impacts of fossil fuels in today’s electricity systems 

Authors:  | Emissions

Categories:  Emissions

No emission reduction gained from increasing wind and solar 

Authors:  | Emissions, U.S.

Categories:  Emissions, U.S.

Why Renewables Can’t Save the Planet 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Environment, Wildlife

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Environment, Wildlife

Financial information on industrial wind turbines 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Property values

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Property values

Climatic Impacts of Wind Power 

Authors:  | Emissions, Environment, Meteorology

Categories:  Emissions, Environment, Meteorology

Role of Firm Low-Carbon Electricity Resources in Deep Decarbonization of Power Generation 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions

Categories:  Economics, Emissions

Marginal Emissions Factors for Electricity Generation in the Midcontinent ISO 

Authors:  | Emissions, Grid, U.S.

Categories:  Emissions, Grid, U.S.

Bulk Energy Storage Increases United States Electricity System Emissions 

Authors:  | Emissions, Grid, U.S.

Categories:  Emissions, Grid, U.S.

Have fossil fuels been substituted by renewables? An empirical assessment for 10 European countries 

Authors:  | Emissions, Europe, Grid

Categories:  Emissions, Europe, Grid

Burden of proof: A comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems 

Authors:  | Emissions, Technology

Categories:  Emissions, Technology

Wind and solar are much less efficient decarbonizers than combined-cycle gas turbines 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions

Categories:  Economics, Emissions

Impossibility of 100 percent renewables 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions

Categories:  Economics, Emissions

Energy Policy in Minnesota: The High Cost of Failure 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Minnesota

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Minnesota

How does intermittent wind power interact with controllable power? 

Authors:  | Emissions, Grid

Categories:  Emissions, Grid

Review of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative 

Authors:  | Connecticut, Delaware, Economics, Emissions, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont

Categories:  Connecticut, Delaware, Economics, Emissions, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont

Why wind power does not substantially reduce emissions 

Authors:  | Emissions

Categories:  Emissions

Germany’s power mix 

Authors:  | Emissions, Germany, Grid

Categories:  Emissions, Germany, Grid

Ontario’s Electricity Dilemma – Achieving Low Emissions at Reasonable Electricity Rates 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Grid, Ontario

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Grid, Ontario

Submission to the Senate Select Committee on Wind Turbines: Peter Lang 

Authors:  | Australia, Economics, Emissions

Categories:  Australia, Economics, Emissions

CO₂ Emissions Savings from Wind Power in the National Electricity Market 

Authors:  | Australia, Emissions

Categories:  Australia, Emissions

Clean energy – What is it and what are we paying for? 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Europe, Ireland

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Europe, Ireland

Wind farms on undegraded peatlands are unlikely to reduce future carbon emissions 

Authors:  | Emissions, Environment, Scotland

Categories:  Emissions, Environment, Scotland

Net benefits of low and no-carbon electricity technologies 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions

Categories:  Economics, Emissions

Where Wind Studies Go Wrong: Cullen in AEJ 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Grid

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Grid

Measuring the Environmental Benefits of Wind-Generated Electricity 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Texas

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Texas

Wind power costs in U.S. are six times higher than claimed 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, U.S.

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, U.S.

Cost of Wind Energy 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Technology

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Technology

Impact of bad choices for climate change mitigation 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Grid, Health, Law, Ontario

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Grid, Health, Law, Ontario

Rethinking wind’s impact on emissions and cycling costs 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Technology

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Technology

Why wind power does not deliver the expected emissions reductions 

Authors:  | Emissions

Categories:  Emissions

Do alternative energy sources displace fossil fuels? 

Authors:  | Emissions, Technology

Categories:  Emissions, Technology

Quantifying CO₂ savings from wind power: Ireland 

Authors:  | Emissions, Ireland

Categories:  Emissions, Ireland

Wind power does not reduce CO2 emissions as much as claimed 

Authors:  | Emissions, U.K.

Categories:  Emissions, U.K.

Empirical estimates of emissions avoided from wind power generation 

Authors:  | Economics, Emissions, Grid

Categories:  Economics, Emissions, Grid


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