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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 are the products of the organizations or individuals noted and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch.


July 10, 2018 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Developer gives up on planned North Ridge wind energy project

HOPKINTON – A wind-farm project planned for St. Lawrence County has been withdrawn by the developer. The New York State Board on Electric Generation Siting and the Environment said June 22 that Atlantic Wind LLC, a subsidiary of Avangrid Renewables, announced it was no longer going to pursue regulatory approval. In a letter to the town board in Hopkinton, the company said that because of revote on a town law that would essentially block wind development in the town, it would . . . Complete story »


July 10, 2018 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Farmersville Town Board sets public hearing; wind turbine law setback shifts again

FARMERSVILLE – The Farmersville Town Board finished preliminary work on a new wind turbine law and agreed to set a public hearing Aug. 13. The hearing will be held at 7 p.m. at the Farmersville Fire Hall. The draft copy of the new law sets guidelines in Farmersville for the proposed $584 million, 108-turbine Alle-Catt Wind farm in Farmersville and Freedom in Cattaraugus County, Rushford and Centerville in Allegany County and Arcade in Wyoming County. Invenergy, the company proposing the wind . . . Complete story »


July 8, 2018 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Wind energy law discussed in Freedom

With a copy of the Town of Freedom’s wind energy facilities law in hand, Town Supervisor Randy Lester invited residents to speak on the subject at Freedom’s June meeting. Lester stressed that the document is a local law on windmills “and has nothing to do with a contract with Invenergy.” Lester also said that other nearby towns [with whom Invenergy may be contracting for wind turbine placement] are using Freedom’s law to tailor their own wind energy laws. Resident Daniel . . . Complete story »


July 8, 2018 • New York, OpinionsPrint storyE-mail story

All-renewable energy is a prescription for disaster

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stunned the Democratic establishment by crushing incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley in the primary race in New York’s 14th Congressional District. She successfully portrayed Crowley as out of touch with his constituents. “He works for corporations, and I work for people,” she said. But for all of Ocasio-Cortez’s woman-of-the-people claims, her energy politics are completely disconnected from reality. More important, they’re deeply regressive and, if implemented, would hurt the very same poor and middle-class voters she claims to champion. . . . Complete story »


July 6, 2018 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Sponsors preparing formal proposal to state PSC for 33 wind turbines in Broome County

Sponsors of a wind power project with 33 turbines proposed for eastern Broome County are now ready to proceed with the state’s lengthy regulatory review. The 124-megawatt wind power generating facility – enough juice to supply an estimated 20,00 homes – would be erected on private land leased by Houston-based Calpine Corp. in the towns of Windsor and Sanford. Bluestone Wind Energy, a unit of Calpine, submitted the first documents this week that will begin the state’s formal project review. Although the . . . Complete story »


July 6, 2018 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Construction may begin soon for Copenhagen wind farm; turbine parts delivered from Quebec

COPENHAGEN – Developer EDF Renewables has laid the groundwork to begin erecting turbines this month for a second Lewis County wind farm. Freighters from Quebec have delivered the components, including blades and nacelles, for the developer’s Copenhagen Wind Farm to the Port of Ogdensburg this week. Project manager Guillaume Devienne said ships transported parts for 10 of the 40 turbines for the project, while trucks will deliver parts for the other 30 turbines from Quebec to the project site in the . . . Complete story »


July 6, 2018 • New York, OpinionsPrint storyE-mail story

Apex’s arrogance shows in its documents and its silence

On New York’s Public Service website there are 67 public comments that have been lodged during the formal comment period of April 19 to May 10 that specifically address Apex Clean Energy LLC’s Stipulations, a document the company must file according to the Article 10 process. The following is a summary of concerns and questions posed to Apex in those letters: US Fish and Wildlife Service’s call for a 3-mile setback from all the Great Lakes; visual impacts; nighttime light . . . Complete story »


July 5, 2018 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Redfield board halts action on wind law; considers information from developer

REDFIELD – The Town Council once again tabled any major revisions to its tentative wind law Monday so it could absorb additional information from the developer behind the Mad River Wind Farm. “Get some answers. Do some research,” said Supervisor Tanya M. Yerdon. “We care about this project; we care about our residents, so let’s do this right.” Project manager Walter J. Meisner held a presentation Monday to answer questions from the board about Avangrid Renewables’ planned 320-megawatt project including turbine . . . Complete story »


July 4, 2018 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Deadline looms for Deepwater

Reckoning Day for the South Fork Wind Farm is upon us. Though it’s been the subject of numerous public hearings and board meetings for two years – not to mention endless conjecture and innuendo – Deepwater’s Wind’s offshore wind farm is still in its infancy. The company seeks approval from the East Hampton Town Board and East Hampton Town Trustees to begin the process that will allow the state and federal government to review the application to build a 15-turbine wind farm . . . Complete story »


July 3, 2018 • Letters, New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Communities can learn from Hopkinton, Parishville

Congratulations Hopkinton! Local citizens and officials in Hopkinton deserve a HUGE round of applause, a standing ovation really, for their successful campaign to protect their homes and community from industrial wind energy development. Kudos also to their Parishville neighbors, who achieved a similar victory last year. Many people feel that wind energy development is a good thing and perhaps it is okay in some places. But the citizens of Hopkinton educated themselves on its effects on people’s health, property values, . . . Complete story »


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