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Wind Watch: Industrial Wind Energy News

These news and opinion items are gathered by National Wind Watch to help keep readers informed about developments related to industrial wind energy. They are the products of the organizations or individuals noted and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch.


June 30, 2016 • MichiganPrint storyE-mail story

Commissioner says we’re pawns in wind game

BAD AXE – Huron County is paying the price locally for national policy on wind power and fracking, according to a county commissioner. “We’re pawns in a very big game,” John Nugent told the Board of Commissioners this week. “I’ve heard Donald Trump come out strongly against wind turbines, and I’ve heard him come out strongly in favor of fracking, Nugent said. “I’ve heard President Obama come out strongly in favor of wind energy, and the Democratic platform opposes fracking. “They, . . .

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June 30, 2016 • TennesseePrint storyE-mail story

Survey says: FG board takes stand against wind farm

The people have spoken – about 2,600 of them – and most don’t want the proposed Crab Orchard Wind wind farm near Fairfield Glade. “We’ve gathered a lot of information we think helps our ability to make our decision,” said Bob Diller, president of the Fairfield Glade Community Club Board of Directors. “The survey results are supporting our decision.” The board unanimously approved a statement opposing the wind farm project at its regular monthly meeting Thursday. Specifically, the statement opposes the wind . . .

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June 30, 2016 • WashingtonPrint storyE-mail story

Wind energy project proposed for Thurston, Lewis counties

A 52-turbine wind energy project called Skookumchuck Wind Energy has been pitched for the southeast corner of Thurston County and northeast Lewis County. The project has been proposed by the U.S. division of Renewable Energy Systems, also known as RES Americas, headquartered in Colorado. A company representative could not be reached Wednesday. “The proposal to develop the project is in response to increasing demands for electricity and the requirement under Washington state law that utilities meet a defined portion of . . .

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June 30, 2016 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Citizens’ group worried vibrations from wind farm could ruin ground water

A grassroots citizens’ group is taking a proactive stance to try to ensure a proposed wind farm project for their area doesn’t negatively impact their ground water. Kevin Jakubec, spokesperson for Water Wells First! said people living in rural areas rely on ground water and their drinking wells “underpin our ability to live in the countryside.” Jakubec said the group formed after learning some landowners in Dover Township have been dealing with water issues caused by vibrations from the installation . . .

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June 30, 2016 • CaliforniaPrint storyE-mail story

Turbine fire in Oak Creek area gets quick response

Kern County firefighters received an early call for a wind generator fire which spread to the grass below it in the Oak Creek area off Tehachapi-Willow Springs Road on Saturday, June 25, and knocked it down quickly, according to KCFD Engineer Phil Neufeld. The crews arrived before the fire could spread, Neufeld said, and firefighters held it two acres of dried grass. Oak Creek resident Diana Palmer said firefighters were on the scene quickly and aggressively and stopped it before . . .

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June 30, 2016 • VermontPrint storyE-mail story

28-turbine mega-wind project faces steep opposition in Vermont

Tensions are escalating after the Windham Selectboard sent a letter asking wind developer Iberdrola to back off a 28-turbine, 96-megawatt project planned for Windham and Grafton. “We’re really divided on this,” said Grafton Selectboard member Ronald Pilette. “And that seems to be their way of operation, to come into communities and make a big issue for the town’s people.” According to Windham Selectboard Chairman Frank Seawright, location has been a central theme. “From the very outset we have maintained that this . . .

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June 30, 2016 • MassachusettsPrint storyE-mail story

Energy forum draws sparse crowd amid state local debates on power production

NEW BEDFORD – As panelists spoke Wednesday night about the proposed expansion of LNG storage and pipelines in Acushnet and Freetown, North End resident Christine Goben heard concerns that struck very close to home. Goben said she sold her previous home, in Fairhaven, about three years ago, after one of the wind turbines in the town went up about 1,500 feet from her door. Hearing Roger Cabral of anti-LNG group South Coast Neighbors United talk about potential issues for residential neighborhoods . . .

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June 30, 2016 • WalesPrint storyE-mail story

Five months of turbine convoys are due to hit North Powys roads

Five months of turbine convoys are due to hit North Powys this year and meetings will be held to inform residents. The developers behind two Mid Wales windfarms currently under construction have jointly organised two public information events to update people about turbine component deliveries which will be starting later in July. Awel Newydd and RES are inviting people to join them at events being held in Pant and Newtown about the turbine delivery programmes for Tirgwynt Wind Farm (Awel . . .

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June 30, 2016 • MainePrint storyE-mail story

Dixfield board to decide on wind ordinance in July

DIXFIELD – Town Manager Carlo Puiia said Wednesday that the Board of Selectmen will decide how to amend a proposed wind ordinance at its meeting in July. This month, residents voted 178-220 against approving the most recent version of the ordinance, which included the state standard for sound limits of 42 decibels at night and 55 decibels during the day. The ordinance was written after Patriot Renewables of Quincy, Mass., approached town officials in October 2010 about constructing wind turbines on . . .

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June 30, 2016 • Ontario, OpinionsPrint storyE-mail story

Ottawa silent on wind turbine noise

The federal government’s inaction on wind turbine noise is making Canadians sick. It’s been a year-and-a-half since Health Canada’s $2-million study determined low-frequency acoustic waves from industrial wind turbines cause community annoyance. According to the World Health Organization, unwanted noise, even at a moderate level, can lead to a myriad of adverse health outcomes, including stress-related symptoms such as sleep disturbance, elevated blood pressure, cardiac events and depression. It’s a “green” form of radiation sickness. Canada’s Radiation Emitting Devices Act . . .

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