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Wind turbines in Michigan. Jan 4 2018 | Veselina Petrova | Renewables Now UK-based developer Renewable Energy Systems (RES) is considering the installation of up to 50 wind turbines in the US state of Michigan, local news provider WLUC reports. The company has proposed building a wind farm powered by between 30 and 50 turbines … Continue reading RES considering 50-turbine wind park in Michigan – report
Wind turbine blades have to be light and strong, which makes them very difficult to recycle 2/23/18, | Kalina Oroschakoff | POLITICO [EXCERPT] Read Full Article One source of clean energy is turning into a dirty problem for Europe. The Continent's first wind farms, built three decades ago, now host many towers that are too old, too small … Continue reading Small old wind towers make for big new problems.
School informed on wind project MAR 20, 2018 | The Mining Gazette KATRICE PERKINS Staff Writer L’ANSE — Renewable Energy Systems Group senior development manager Mason Sorenson gave a presentation to the L’Anse Area School board at its meeting on Monday evening. Sorenson, accompanied by Joe Hiss of JH Land Consultants, spoke with board members about the … Continue reading L’Anse Area School Board Informed on Wind Project
Sycamore's Oaken Acres Wildlife Center gives eagle 2nd chance at life By DREW ZIMMERMAN March 19, 2018 | Daily Chronicle SYCAMORE – A couple from Lee County called Oaken Acres Wildlife Center in January to report an injured bird of prey on their property, which they thought to be a young bald eagle. When Oaken Acres staff … Continue reading Sycamore, Il – Wildlife center rehabs juvenile eagle struck by wind turbine.