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Great letter to the editor advising caution before signing a wind turbine contract

Lewiston Sentinel — December 26, 2013 To the editor: On the surface, the concept of wind energy has a lot to offer: unlike outdated coal-burning sources of electricity, wind turbines produce no acid rain, and Pennsylvania is ground zero for acid rain. In their place – unpopulated locations with proven, consistent winds, such as deserts […]

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A Landowner Expresses his Regrets at Signing a Wind Contract

From Shelby Neighbors United — a farmer who leased out his land for the Shady Oaks Wind Farm (don’t you just love those names?), which is located in Northern Illinois.  It came fully online in 2012. A Farmer’s Real Experience with Mainstream Renewable Power To To the editor: To any landowner considering signing a lease […]

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Wisconsin Landowner Regrets Signing on with Wind Developer

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North Perth farmer regrets signing turbine contract — felt he was mislead (how about lied to??) by wind company

As part of an article about the effects of wind turbines on autistic children, the farmer who signed the lease agreement with Invenergy made these comments: When asked for a comment (about the effects on autistic children), Invenergy Canada director of business James Murphy recommended that the Ministry of Environment be contacted for a comment. […]

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