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Wind power harms the environment, fuels bad energy policies and poor investments
Author:  Gitt, Brian
Economics, Emissions, Environment, Health, Noise, Property values

Quantifying the land-based opportunity carbon costs of onshore wind farms
Author:  Albanito, Fabrizio; et al.
Emissions, Environment, Scotland

Virginia and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
Author:  Stevenson, David
Emissions, Virginia

New evidence renewables don’t reduce carbon dioxide emissions
Author:  Stevenson, David
Delaware, Emissions, Maryland, New Jersey, U.S., Virginia

Climate impacts of fossil fuels in today’s electricity systems
Author:  Schernikau, Lars; and Smith, William

No emission reduction gained from increasing wind and solar
Author:  Stevenson, David
Emissions, U.S.

Why Renewables Can’t Save the Planet
Author:  Shellenberger, Michael
Economics, Emissions, Environment, Wildlife

Financial information on industrial wind turbines
Author:  Swanson, Janna
Economics, Emissions, Property values

Climatic Impacts of Wind Power
Author:  Miller, Lee; and Keith, David
Emissions, Environment

Role of Firm Low-Carbon Electricity Resources in Deep Decarbonization of Power Generation
Author:  Sepulveda, Nestor; et al.
Economics, Emissions

Marginal Emissions Factors for Electricity Generation in the Midcontinent ISO
Author:  Thind, Maninder; et al.
Emissions, Grid, U.S.

Bulk Energy Storage Increases United States Electricity System Emissions
Author:  Hittinger, Eric; and Azevedo, Inês
Emissions, Grid, U.S.

Have fossil fuels been substituted by renewables? An empirical assessment for 10 European countries
Author:  Cardoso Marques, António; Alberto Fuinhas, José; and André Pereira, Diogo
Emissions, Europe, Grid

Burden of proof: A comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems
Author:  Heard, Ben; Brook, Barry; Wigley, Tom; and Bradshaw, Corey
Emissions, Technology

Wind and solar are much less efficient decarbonizers than combined-cycle gas turbines
Author:  Plummer, James; Frank, Charles; and Michaels, Robert
Economics, Emissions

Impossibility of 100 percent renewables
Author:  Hayward, Steven; and Nelson, Peter
Economics, Emissions

Energy Policy in Minnesota: The High Cost of Failure
Author:  Hayward, Steven; and Nelson, Peter
Economics, Emissions, Minnesota

How does intermittent wind power interact with controllable power?
Author:  Deroover, Marc
Emissions, Grid

Review of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
Author:  Stevenson, David
Connecticut, Delaware, Economics, Emissions, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont

Why wind power does not substantially reduce emissions
Author:  Various

Germany’s power mix
Author:  Clean Energy Wire; National Wind Watch
Emissions, Germany, Grid

Ontario’s Electricity Dilemma – Achieving Low Emissions at Reasonable Electricity Rates
Author:  Ontario Society of Professional Engineers
Economics, Emissions, Grid, Ontario

Submission to the Senate Select Committee on Wind Turbines: Peter Lang
Author:  Lang, Peter
Australia, Economics, Emissions

CO₂ Emissions Savings from Wind Power in the National Electricity Market
Author:  Wheatley, Joseph
Australia, Emissions

Clean energy – What is it and what are we paying for?
Author:  Swords, Pat
Economics, Emissions, Europe, Ireland

Wind farms on undegraded peatlands are unlikely to reduce future carbon emissions
Author:  Smith, Jo; Nayak, Dali Rani; and Smith, Pete
Emissions, Environment, Scotland

Net benefits of low and no-carbon electricity technologies
Author:  Frank, Charles
Economics, Emissions

Where Wind Studies Go Wrong: Cullen in AEJ
Author:  Hawkins, Kent
Economics, Emissions, Grid

Measuring the Environmental Benefits of Wind-Generated Electricity
Author:  Cullen, Joseph
Economics, Emissions, Texas

Wind power costs in U.S. are six times higher than claimed
Author:  Holly, S. Michael
Economics, Emissions, U.S.

Cost of Wind Energy
Author:  Barton, Charles
Economics, Emissions, Technology

Impact of bad choices for climate change mitigation
Author:  Palmer, William
Economics, Emissions, Grid, Health, Law, Ontario

Rethinking wind’s impact on emissions and cycling costs
Author:  Wagman, David
Economics, Emissions, Technology

Why wind power does not deliver the expected emissions reductions
Author:  Inhaber, Herbert

Do alternative energy sources displace fossil fuels?
Author:  York, Richard
Emissions, Technology

Quantifying CO₂ savings from wind power: Ireland
Author:  Wheatley, Joseph
Emissions, Ireland

Wind power does not reduce CO2 emissions as much as claimed
Author:  Hughes, Gordon
Emissions, U.K.

Empirical estimates of emissions avoided from wind power generation
Author:  Kaffine, Daniel; McBee, Brannin; and Lieskovsky, Jozef
Economics, Emissions, Grid

Facts About the Savings of Fossil Fuel by Wind Turbines in the Netherlands
Author:  le Pair, C.
Emissions, Grid, Netherlands

National Opposition to Windfarms – Charter
Author:  National Opposition to Windfarms
Economics, Emissions, Environment, U.K., Wildlife

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