Resource Documents: New Mexico (3 items)
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How Green Mandates Are Undermining the Affordability and Reliability of Electricity
Author: Power the Future
On Earth Day, President Biden pledged under the Paris Climate Agreement that the United States would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent in ten years (below 2005 levels). This goal is as preposterous as it is impractical. It’s clear that the Biden Administration is misleading the American people to impose the Green Agenda which includes stifling bureaucratic manipulation in every sector of the economy. Power The Future’s latest study, “Lights Out: How Green Mandates Are Undermining the Affordability and . . .More »
New Mexico, Noise •
On infrasound generated by wind farms and its propagation in low-altitude tropospheric waveguides
Author: Marcillo, Omar; et al.
[Abstract] Infrasound from a 60‐turbine wind farm was found to propagate to distances up to 90 km under nighttime atmospheric conditions. Four infrasound sensor arrays were deployed in central New Mexico in February 2014; three of these arrays captured infrasound from a large wind farm. The arrays were in a linear configuration oriented southeast with 13, 54, 90, and 126 km radial distances and azimuths of 166°, 119°, 113°, and 111° from the 60 1.6 MW turbine Red Mesa Wind Farm, Laguna Pueblo, New . . .More »
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Real-time wind production — various regions
Author: National Wind Watch
World: Current electricity production and consumption of “low-carbon” and “renewable” electricity – click an area for details Europe: Quarter-hour load, generation, exchange – click on sample graph for other countries Europe: Hourly and daily generation, capacity factors Nordpool: Current production by source type in the Nordic power system (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark) Nordpool: Current power flow in the Nordic power system West Denmark: Electricity prices, consumption, and production today, every 5 minutes France: Quarter-hour consumption and production . . .More »