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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.


November 20, 2017 • Ontario, OpinionsPrint storyE-mail story

Why is Ontario addicted to wind power?

Every time I am interviewed by the media, or speak at a public meeting, I am asked: Why is Ontario continuing to push ahead with its program of industrial-scale wind turbines and wind power, when all the facts seem to argue against it? I don’t know. I don’t understand why Ontario’s Liberal government never did a cost-benefit analysis, or why it has ignored the admonitions of two auditors general about impacts and costs, or why it seems unable, or unwilling, . . .

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November 20, 2017 • EnglandPrint storyE-mail story

Campaigners’ joy over rejection of wind farm appeal

One of the key figures in the bid to oppose a seven-turbine wind farm near Louth Canal has praised the community after the plans were dismissed. As reported earlier this month, The Secretary of State for the Department of Communities and Local Government intervened to reject plans submitted by EnergieKontor UK for seven 115 metre wind turbines west of Louth Canal, between 
Fulstow and North Thoresby. The company appealed in 2015 after the original application was rejected by ELDC. The . . .

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November 19, 2017 • MichiganPrint storyE-mail story

Ingersoll Township holds informational meeting on proposed wind turbines

Photos: Danielle McGrew Tenbusch/for the Daily News

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November 18, 2017 • MassachusettsPrint storyE-mail story

Legal fight over shuttered Falmouth turbines drags on

FALMOUTH – A Hatchville-based group, seeking reconsideration of a court judgment that permanently shut down two town-owned wind turbines, does not have the standing needed to file a motion to intervene and has made its move too late, according to an attorney representing a neighbor of one of the turbines. Both sides filed their positions in Barnstable Superior Court late this week. At issue is a June 20 ruling by Barnstable Superior Court Judge Cornelius Moriarty to uphold a decision by . . .

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November 18, 2017 • Opinions, U.S.Print storyE-mail story

End the wind production tax credit

Congress is focused on making our backward tax code into something that encourages our nation’s instinct for creativity and innovation. As we look at all the wasteful and unnecessary tax breaks that are holding us back, I have a nomination: At the top of the list should be ending the quarter-century-old wind production tax credit now – not two years from now. This giveaway to wind developers was meant to end in 1999 but has been extended by Congress ten different . . .

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November 18, 2017 • NebraskaPrint storyE-mail story

Regulation pendulum swings to a halt

Sound levels and setbacks continued to be problematic for the Antelope County Board of Commissioners when adopting changes to and approving a resolution for zoning regulations at the commissioners board meeting Tuesday, Nov. 7. Antelope County Zoning Administrator Liz Doerr said the language needed to be more specific regarding the acoustical analysis of wind turbines to ensure compliance. Doerr said Keith Marvin of Marvin Planning Consultants, who helped develop the proposed regulations, recommended adding required method of study using 10-minute . . .

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November 18, 2017 • VermontPrint storyE-mail story

Kidder Hill turbines to be sited in Lowell, not Irasburg

LOWELL – Renewable energy developer David Blittersdorf wants to put two large wind turbines on the Lowell side of his Kidder Hill property rather than on the Irasburg side. And he expects to refile an updated petition for the project within a month, according to Lowell Select Board Chairman Richard Pion. The Kidder Hill Wind project petition was found incomplete by state utility regulators on the Vermont Public Utilities Commission in July. The PUC refused to reconsider the decision, saying that . . .

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November 18, 2017 • Indiana, OpinionsPrint storyE-mail story

Wind farms will change rural culture, landscape

So what is all the buzz about these big wind turbines? If you have not heard about this issue, it’s time to listen. I am deeply concerned that a huge project that will change the entire landscape and culture of our communities could be happening with very little awareness or input from residents. Miami and Cass County Commissioners have already voted to approve setbacks – the distance a 600-foot industrial wind turbine could be placed from a home or residence. On . . .

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November 18, 2017 • MissouriPrint storyE-mail story

Grain Belt Express developer seeks expedited decision by Missouri Supreme Court

The developer of a long-distance, high-voltage transmission line has asked the Missouri Supreme Court to rule on the project in the hope of achieving a faster resolution to the long-stymied project. Known as the Grain Belt Express, the 780-mile overhead line is designed to transport additional wind energy from western Kansas, across Missouri and Illinois to roughly the western border of Indiana. It would be capable of ferrying about 4,000 megawatts of power. The project is one of five developed . . .

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November 18, 2017 • New YorkPrint storyE-mail story

Land use study lays out a road map for development around Fort Drum

The Development Authority of the North Country just released a land use study covering Jefferson, Lewis, and St. Lawrence counties. The report makes ninety-four recommendations about every land use issue you could think that might affect Fort Drum and the surrounding community. About 25 people gathered in the Watertown high school cafeteria on Tuesday night to voice their opinions on the myriad issues that the study covers. Michelle Capone is the director of regional development at the Development Authority of . . .

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