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Wind turbines operate under great turbulence, with consequences for grid stability

Lisa Zyga — Phys.org — April 19, 2013 While previous research has shown that wind turbulence causes the power output of wind turbines to be intermittent, a new study has found that wind turbulence may have an even greater impact on power output than previously thought. The researchers modeled the conversion of wind speed to […]

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Threat of Wind Turbines put my way of life under siege

Karen Empringham — County Live.ca — April 15, 2013 It was one year ago today that I sent my first e-mail to a group to explain why I had suddenly become an outspoken advocate against “green” energy as the Ontario government is delivering it. If you know me at all, you know that I am […]

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Life next to a wind factory under construction

Posted in the Kingston Whig comment section.  A great perspective on living near the construction of a wind facility ******************************* You don’t understand why anyone would be against these things? Really, you need to for one moment, go to the computer and click onto a “draft site plan” for a project try next terror, er […]

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UK — Heritage sites of ‘national significance’ under threat from wind farms

Louise Gray, Environment Correspondent — The Telegraph — February 20, 2013 The country’s leading conservation bodies have teamed up with East Northamptonshire District Council to fight plans for a wind farm near the Elizabethan ruin of Lyveden New Bield. West Coast Energy wants to build four 300ft turbines at Barnwell Manor, owned by the Queen’s […]

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