Tag Archives: Denmark

Danish Homeowner Successfully Sues Vestas for Spoiling View and Loss of Property Value

David Atherton — Breitbart.com — Sept. 12, 2014 Europe’s troubled wind turbine industry has a new predicament, with a householder in Denmark successfully suing Vestas, a Danish wind turbine manufacturer. Vestas was sued by the householder with the help of International Law Office and awarded 500,000 Danish kroner (£53,000) in compensation for the loss of […]

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Denmark: High court rules on compensation for noise from wind turbines

Environment & Climate Change – Denmark High Court rules on compensation for noise from wind turbines September 01 2014 Background Depending on their location, wind turbines can cause noise, visual interference and light reflections. These issues are governed by public and private law, including neighbour law. The main rules regarding noise from wind turbines can […]

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Denmark: Top Professor Fired for Exposing Huge Wind Energy Scam

John Droz Jr — Principia Scientific — August 5, 2014 Henrik Møller, Denmark’s leading academic expert on noise research, has been fired by his university after exposing a far-reaching cover up by the Danish government of the health risks caused by wind turbine noise pollution. Shock and outrage at this latest example of the heavey-handed […]

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World Council for Nature: More News out of Denmark on the Devastating Health Effects of IWT’s

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 10th 2014 Denmark: wind turbines disrupt menstruation and kill another small business The Danish press reports the case of a garden centre going out of business because of nearby wind turbines. Headaches are frequent among employees, and female workers complain of unusual bleeding and problems with their menstruation cycles. They are […]

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International Concerted Action against the Wind Industry

“Wind power opponents in the crosshairs of the Wind Industry” Network of Wind power opponents worldwide “Wind-Nation” Denmark spys on and analyzes critical citizens Copenhagen / Hamburg A Danish study, paid for by the taxpayers with more than 2.6 million Euros, supported by the beneficiaries of wind power under the leadership of the world’s largest […]

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Denmark (video): Wind Turbine Syndrome, a matter of bad prevention

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Europeans learning the hard truth about wind and solar energy

Tip o’ the hat to Maine Wind Concerns for the find. Germany and Denmark pay 3 times current U.S. rates for energy — and our leaders want us to pay that much as well. Larry Bell — Cfact.org — August 13, 2013 Although blades on the 150-foot wind turbines at the new German offshore Riffgat power plant […]

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Denmark — Wind turbines damage welfare and employment

Henrik Lando — The Copenhagen Post — July 2013 Economics professor argues that Denmark has invested in a failed premise As part of Denmark’s energy plan, parliament increased the nation’s investments in both on- and offshore windmills. For onshore windmills, the plan meant erecting 600 industrial facilities before 2020, making Denmark the country most heavily […]

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Denmark and Ontario….Wind energy follows the same path of corruption and little production

Danish High Court finds that the wind industry has corrupted Denmarks government. Things Worse than Nuclear — June 20, 2013 Denmark, the flagship for wind power, has shown some cracks in its energy portfolio.  First, it became evident that wind power is too variable or non-productive.  Denmark has an installed capacity of 20% wind power, […]

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Broken Wind Turbine Blades Create Mountainous Waste Problem

John O’Sullivan — Climate Change Dispatch —  June 2, 2013 Ultra-green Denmark admits it has no idea what to with a worrisome mountain of old and broken wind turbine blades. The composite material can’t be recycled. In a story from Denmark’s leading business newspaper Dagbladet Børsen(June 10, 2011) experts warn, “As the wind becomes a central […]

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Danes pay billions a year in taxes for wind turbines and these fees will explode in coming years

Ekstra Bladet — May 23, 2013  Danes pay billion a year in taxes for wind turbines, and the charge will explode in the coming years 23/05/13 (Translated electronically)  Wind turbines are part of the group among politicians at Christiansborg, all the while citizens must foot the bill while living with to get a night’s sleep […]

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Denmark: 11 year-old complains that the wind turbines “make strange in my body”

This article was originally in Danish and has been roughly translated here, with the help of Google Translator.    Link to the original article is here. ************************************************** Windmills And Health:   Helene Jacobsen and Jens Hjorth thought their neighbors were hysterical because they wanted to prevent the construction of Hageholm Windmills park at Holbæk.  Now – a year after […]

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Denmark: “Sick of Wind Turbines”

The following article appears in the Danish paper, Stevnsbladet  and has been translated using Google Translator.  The translation may be a bit rough, but the story comes through.  The similarities between Gitte’s story and those of wind victims in Ontario and around the world is striking. Gitte is so bothered by the noise from wind […]

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Windfarm Scandal in Denmark

(From EPAW) Windfarm scandal in Denmark An article in the Danish press reveals a scandal that is shaking the government (1). The Minister of the Environment has been pretending all along that his country’s regulations about noise emitted by wind turbines are the most restrictive in the world. Yet this month he explained that 4 […]

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Denmark: Plan to replace fossil fuels will have a greater environmental impact than the government predicted

Pete Stanners — The Copenhagen Post — December 6, 2012 Cheap coal is keeping fossil fuels alive and jeopardising efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions Why go renewable when there is plenty of cheap carbon that can be burned? (Photo: Colourbox) Denmark’s plan, unveiled earlier this year, to become entirely independent of fossil fuels by […]

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