Archive | January, 2013

Wind turbines or trees? Energy poverty leads to increase in wood stove sales.

David Norman — CountyLive.ca — January 28, 2013 A couple of weeks back, the Wall Street Journal published an article about the increasing devastation of forests (trees) in Greece, where as a result of the high cost of energy, impoverished folks who cannot afford electricity or fuel have turned to wood stoves to heat their […]

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The lies and collusion will continue with CanWEA and Kathleen Wynne

From North American Windpower — January 28, 2013 Ontario’s Liberal Party has chosen former Education Minister Kathleen Wynne as the province’s next premier. Wynne will succeed Dalton McGuinty, who announced his resignation last October, leaving Ontario’s wind energy future uncertain. In a statement, the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) congratulated Wynne on her victory and said it looks forward […]

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Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
‘They plunder our environment while enriching foreigners all under the guise of some mythical societal benefit. ‘They take our health, our land, our peace of mind and our taxes. We surrender our precious mountains to this most gross industry. ‘And in return they give us social chaos, environmental destruction,…

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Jim Wiegand: More fraud perpetrated by the wind industry

Everyone in the Northeast and on up into Ontario needs to pay very close attention to what I am about to disclose. For me it is the single biggest reason for a moratorium on wind projects in Vermont as well as the rest of North America. In my opinion the millions of bird deaths that […]

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Norma Schmidt – life with wind turbines is an “absolute living hell”

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Speaking out against wind turbines in Northumberland Hills plus letter to Bentley re: failure of due process

Sarah Holland — The Alliance for the Protection of Northumberland Hills  Two proposed wind turbine developments in Northumberland County are galvanizing a lot of Northumberland County residents on all the issues around wind turbines. People are very concerned that if these two proposed projects are allowed, it sets a precedent for more throughout the County. […]

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Scotland — Tories insist no wind turbines within 2 km of homes

Scott MacNab — The Scotsman — January 28, 2013 ALL wind farms would be built at least two kilometres (one-and-a-quarter miles) away from housing in Scotland under plans to be unveiled by the Conservatives today. The party warns that turbine numbers in Scotland will rise to more than 5,000 as the SNP moves ahead with […]

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Germany — Green Energy Push Bites Hand That Feeds Growth

Sheenagh Matthews — Bloomberg News — January 28, 2013 Worlee-Chemie GmbH, a family-owned company that has produced resins in the city of Hamburg for almost a century, is trying to escape the spiraling cost of Germany’s shift to renewable energy. A 47 percent increase on Jan. 1 in the fees grid operators set to fund […]

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Liberals’ Green Energy Plan is all Smoke and Mirrors

Lorrie Goldstein — Toronto Sun — January 26, 2013 Our new premier, just like Dalton McGuinty, desperately wants you to believe the Liberals have replaced coal-fired electricity with wind power in Ontario. Problem is, it’s not true. What they actually did was to replace electricity generated by coal, with electricity generated by natural gas. Due […]

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State of Minnesota sues wind energy developer for false and misleading promises

Danielle Killey — Grand Forks Herald — January 25, 2013 ST. PAUL – A wind energy developer broke promises to farmers and left them out thousands of dollars, Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson said Friday. Swanson filed a lawsuit against Renewable Energy SD, alleging it misled some customers about its wind energy products and failed […]

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Low frequency noise: A major risk factor in Military operations

Thanks to Greg Schmalz (S.T.O.P.). Low Frequency Noise: A Major Risk Factor in Military Operations Col. Nuno A.A. Castelo Branco, MD (PoAF, res.) Center for Human Performance Estrada Nacional No. 10, Edifício Cinema, Sala 109 2615 Alverca, Portugal email: cph@mail.telepac.pt Background. Noise is a major factor in many military environments. Usually the concern is with […]

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Wind: Expensive power, ruined landscapes

David Frum — National Post — January 26, 2013 Must we despoil Ontario’s environment in order to save it? On Feb. 8, the Environmental Review Tribunal will consider an application to build nine large wind turbines on one of the most scenic points in one of Ontario’s most scenic places. Ostrander Point Road bisects the […]

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Big Wind Energy Subsidies: A Hurricane of Carnage, Cronyism and Corruption

Green corruption is the largest, most expensive and deceptive case of crony capitalism in American history. Stay tuned… Despite Harm to the Environment and the Economy, Fiscal Cliff Deal Fuels Continuing Corporate Welfare The new year began with “fiscal cliff” midnight drama and fantasy, and the wind-production tax credit (PTC), despite its negative impact on our […]

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SpeakOut Ontario – Lorrie

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SpeakOut Ontario – Mark

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