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Vermont Company Fined for Turbines Violating Noise Limits — State Board Member Says it Should Have Been More

Burlington Free Press (Vermont) — October 17, 2014 The state Public Service Board this week fined Green Mountain Power Corp. $1,000 for violating noise limits with its Lowell Mountain wind project. The penalty for the violations could have been up to $100,000. The board said Green Mountain Power’s agreement to conduct a year of continued […]

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Oregon: Water and Electric Board sues over wind power

The utility has too much power and wants to limit how much it buys from a wind farm Christian Wihtol — The Register-Guard — November 30, 2013 A decade after eagerly signing a long-term contract to buy power from an Eastern Oregon and Eastern Washington wind farm, the Eugene Water & Electric Board is now […]

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Wind energy company could be required to track, protect condors

James Burger — Bakersfield Californian.com — January 20, 2013 Kern County may require a major developer in its growing wind energy sector to track the radio signatures of California condors and shut down wind turbines if they threaten the endangered birds. As the species rebounds from near-extinction, county environmental reports state, condors are expanding their […]

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Wind company employees deliberately misrepresenting themselves to unsuspecting landowners.

From Central Bruce Wind Action Letter to the Editor — Kincardine News Dear Editor, My family lives on Bruce Rd. #15, 2km west of the  village of Glammis.  We own a small acreage and are located within the proposed Armow wind project. The gross lack  of communication between the Samsung -Pattern group and the non-participating  […]

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Chatham-Kent mayor supports “independent” study done by wind company raided by anti-corruption squad. What else is new?

From Central Bruce Wind Action. Chatham Kent Mayor Randy Hope enthused over a report this week which stated that wind turbines pose no threat to local airports.  Surprise, surprise.  The report was done by none other than GENIVAR, which is a company that has 20 years experience in the wind energy industry.  Certainly no bias on […]

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