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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.


September 29, 2018 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Not done fighting turbines, conservationists say

Frustrated by what they say are thousands of unreported bird and bat deaths, activists are calling for the new provincial government to take a closer look at the hundreds of wind turbines that dot rural Ontario. These conservationists want the Environment Ministry to scrutinize what they say are flawed environmental assessments on the province’s existing turbines, saying the huge industrial windmills are responsible for tens of thousands of bird and bat deaths across Ontario each year These deaths, they say, . . . Complete story »


September 27, 2018 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Well water drinkers in Chatham-Kent asking PCs to investigate sediment findings

Some people using well water in Chatham-Kent are calling on the Provincial Conservative government to follow through on an election promise to investigate what’s causing sediment to enter their drinking water. An advocacy group believes there are close to 80 families currently having to filter sediment from water wells on their property after it was dislodged into their drinking source during the construction of wind turbines. “A lot of the community is quite disappointed, quite frustrated. We expected an election . . . Complete story »


September 27, 2018 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Water well activists continue push for health hazard investigation

With the North Kent Wind project already operational, water well activists are continuing their push for a health hazard investigation. About 20 residents were in attendance for an open house on Tuesday at Country View Golf Course. Like similar events held in the past, project officials maintained the construction and operation of the 34-turbine wind farm has had no impact on wells, with those in the crowd disputing that. The wind project developers include Samsung Renewable Energy and Pattern Energy. . . . Complete story »


September 26, 2018 • MissouriPrint storyE-mail story

Wind turbines creating division in northern Missouri

OSBORN, Mo. – For almost two years, Kim Tindel has had an unobstructed view of several large wind turbines from her property in northwest Missouri. She’s sick of them. And, she thinks, sick from them. “It makes you dizzy,” Tindel said. “We live with our blinds pulled now.” Tindel said from the highest point on her property, she can see all 97 turbines that went online near Osborn in 2016, to create enough renewable energy for KCP&L to power 60,000 homes. . . . Complete story »


September 24, 2018 • IrelandPrint storyE-mail story

Something doesn’t quite measure up about Waterford wind farm’s turbines

For two years, Sean Harris was of the opinion that a wind-farm developer had given him the runaround. He and his family were experiencing problems with the neighbouring wind farm in Ballyduff, Co Waterford. There was the noise, incessant at times. There was the siting of at least one of the 11 turbines, which he was convinced was closer to his boundary than stipulated in the planning permission. And there was something about the size of the damn things. The . . . Complete story »


September 22, 2018 • MassachusettsPrint storyE-mail story

Falmouth neighbors want wind turbines taken down

FALMOUTH – Two town-owned wind turbines have not operated since a Barnstable Superior Court judge in June 2017 ordered that the pair never spin again at their current wastewater treatment plant location on Blacksmith Road. But neighbors won’t be satisfied until they see both turbines dismantled and removed. Plans are underway to dismantle Wind 1 and haul it off the site. Wind 2 will not be as easy to get rid of: One neighbor’s recent attempt to have it removed has . . . Complete story »


September 22, 2018 • MassachusettsPrint storyE-mail story

Building commissioner finds against Wind 2 complaint

Wind 2 is staying put on Thomas B. Landers Road, at least for now. That was the finding of Falmouth Building Commissioner Rod Palmer, who decided against a complaint from turbine abutter Barry Funfar that the turbine’s extended period of inoperation was grounds for its removal under the town’s wind energy systems blyaw. Wind 2 and its counterpart, Wind 1, have been the subject of controversy for many years. Abutters have argued that the structures were installed without the necessary . . . Complete story »


September 20, 2018 • OklahomaPrint storyE-mail story

Rep. Russell on Hinton wind turbine construction

OKLAHOMA CITY – NextEra Energy is currently putting up wind turbines out in southwest Canadian County, as part of the company’s Minco IV wind farm. The company submitted its original plans for this project in 2016. Those plans were OK’d by the FAA as presenting ‘no hazard’ to aviation. But NextEra didn’t build those, instead submitting revised plans to the FAA this year in March. The 2018 plans have not yet been given a ‘no hazard’ designation. But this summer, . . . Complete story »


September 19, 2018 • OklahomaPrint storyE-mail story

OCC addresses controversial wind turbine construction

The Oklahoma Corporation Commission heard concerns Tuesday about a wind farm near the town of Hinton. NextEra is building more than 160 turbines, and many neighbors say they are do it illegally. “The law is very clear,” said attorney Kim Spady, who represents some neighbors from Hinton. Spady points to the new law which took effect in May. It states a wind developer must obtain what’s called a “no hazard” determination for each turbine from the Federal Aviation Administration or . . . Complete story »


September 19, 2018 • Letters, OhioPrint storyE-mail story

Carpetbaggers and their turbines

You have read here previously of how sPower refused to cancel my wind lease agreement even after learning their agents had used misrepresentation to get me to sign it. Now comes the story that a great many other people are having problems with them as well. Through the second half of this year, a large number of the leases they hold in Seneca County are expiring from their “preconstruction” phases and should require the landowner to re-sign the agreement if . . . Complete story »


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