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These news and opinion items are gathered by National Wind Watch to help keep readers informed about developments related to industrial wind energy. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch. They are the products of and owned by the organizations or individuals noted and are shared here according to “fair use” and “fair dealing” provisions of copyright law.


October 17, 2020 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Broome County wind farm critics: Costly tax break, few jobs for exported electricity

A former Industrial Development Agency director said he’s outraged that Broome County residents are being asked to pick up part of the tab for an electric generation project whose output will likely flow to metro New York. Stephen Herz said the 124-megawatt wind installation approved for the two towns will satisfy downstate’s growing need for electric generation while representing nothing but a burden for Broome taxpayers, who are being asked to forgo $30 million in property, sales and mortgage taxes. . . . Complete story »


October 16, 2020 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Five state agencies sign on to wind farm plan

The joint proposal that the developers of the South Fork Wind farm filed with the New York State Public Service Commission last month in support of their application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need under Article VII of the Public Service Law received prominent backing last week with the addition of five state agencies. The Department of Public Service, the Department of Environmental Conservation, the Department of Transportation, the Department of State, and the Department of Parks, . . . Complete story »


October 15, 2020 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Farmersville Town Board votes 3-2 to appeal Alle-Catt decision

FARMERSVILLE – The Farmersville Town Board voted 3-2 Monday to appeal the New York Siting Commission’s approval of the Alle-Catt Wind Farm application. The state Siting Board on Electrical Generation Siting and the Environment approved the application of Alle-Catt Wind LLC on June 2. Last month, the Siting Board denied an appeal of the board’s June decision by Alle-Catt Wind Farm opponents in Farmersville and Freedom. The Siting Board’s decision opened the door for Alle-Catt Wind LLC to proceed with the . . . Complete story »


October 15, 2020 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Port Cortlandt pulls plan for wind turbine plant, dock

CORTLANDT, NY – An ambitious project to build and ship offshore wind turbines from industrial Cortlandt waterfront property has been halted by its developers due to opposition from the community. The plan for revitalizing “one of Westchester County’s most valuable and untapped Hudson River access points” just south of Indian Point, where the nuclear facility closes for good in April, was put together by a consortium of Hudson Valley developers and planners. The proposal for Port Cortlandt would have taken advantage . . . Complete story »


October 15, 2020 • Canada, New York, U.S.Print storyE-mail story

Mitsubishi eyes Great Lakes for offshore wind development

Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp. continues to explore the possibility of building an offshore wind project in Lake Erie to deliver power for New York state, as development zones off the Atlantic Coast remain in limited supply. Diamond Offshore Wind, a unit of Mitsubishi Corp., stirred up local opposition last year after submitting an interconnection request with New York’s grid operator for potential capacity in eastern Lake Erie. The developer still believes offshore wind turbines are a good solution for the Great . . . Complete story »


October 14, 2020 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

State agencies support South Fork Wind Farm as Wainscott fumes

Several New York State agencies have signed on to a joint proposal backing the South Fork Wind Farm’s proposed cable route through Wainscott to a substation in East Hampton. On Oct. 8, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation; Department of Transportation; Department of Public Service; Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation and Department of State signed on to the proposal to run 3.5 miles of transmission cable from the wind farm through state waters to the ocean . . . Complete story »


October 12, 2020 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

State agencies back Wainscott wind-power cable route as citizens push alternative

Five New York State agencies are the latest signatories to a proposal to land an undersea cable for the South Fork Wind Farm on a beach in Wainscott, as residents who oppose it filed paperwork proposing an alternative route. The five state agencies, including the Department of Environmental Conservation, Department of Transportation and Department of State, join a list of individuals, wind-energy advocates and local government agencies that already have signed onto the so-called joint proposal or expressed support for . . . Complete story »


October 9, 2020 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Wind farm opponents blast town for ‘selling out’ Wainscott

In a strongly worded message issued last week, Citizens for the Preservation of Wainscott, a group that is fighting South Fork Wind farm’s plan to land its export cable at Beach Lane in that hamlet, accused both the East Hampton Town Board and the town trustees of a “duplicitous sell-out” of Wainscott, and pledged to contest the proposed wind farm “through litigation and all other means.” The trustees and wind farm officials have since pushed back on the angry dispatch, . . . Complete story »


October 7, 2020 • New York, OpinionsPrint storyE-mail story

Facts don’t support putting wind turbines on our lakes

I have to disagree with many of the comments made by the conservation chair of the Atlantic Chapter of the Sierra Club in Tom Prohaska’s Sept. 5 article about renewable energy. The assertion that public voices will still be heard under Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s new Office of Renewable Energy Siting is not accurate. The very point in establishing this new agency was to make sure his renewable policy is advanced despite opposition from the public and affected municipalities. Voices . . . Complete story »


October 2, 2020 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Tensions evident at Portland wind hearing

PORTLAND – Differing opinions on the proposed wind energy facilities law caused tempers to flare at a public hearing Tuesday in the town hall. Residents on both sides of the spectrum, for and against, spoke during the meeting and expressed their opinions, though most attendees were against some of the changes to the wind law, if not wind turbines in general. Those in attendance against the proposed wind law had clear opposition toward certain parts of it, mostly including the setback . . . Complete story »


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