Wind turbine vibration effect on animals.

Wind Energy Impacts and Issues. Wind turbine placement must consider vibration effect on animals. Although the study of the impact of industrial wind farms on migration is necessary and commendable, it is my concern that not nearly enough attention is being paid to the seismic vibrations generated by these wind farms. I can also hear … Continue reading Wind turbine vibration effect on animals.

Tourists shun areas hit by wind turbine ‘blight’ in Scotland.

A Survey of the highlands area in Scotland shows that 40% of visitors would avoid or eliminate areas with turbines. Like Maine and Scotland Upper Michigan is an area whose pristine countryside and unspoiled vistas attract visitors from around the world.  A study by Views of Scotland found that: 80% of visitors came to the area … Continue reading Tourists shun areas hit by wind turbine ‘blight’ in Scotland.

The Sales Pitch: Wind projects use existing logging roads. – FALSE

The Sales Pitch: Wind projects use existing logging roads.   The Truth: Wind industry would love for us to believe that. Unfortunately it is not true. Logging roads are not adequate for wind turbines. The truth is that logging roads and skidder trails are nothing like the roads that are being built to haul each … Continue reading The Sales Pitch: Wind projects use existing logging roads. – FALSE

40 to 50 or 132? Industrial Turbines 500 Feet Tall are Proposed for The Huron Mountains

40 to 50 Industrial Turbines 500 feet tall are proposed to be sited along the ridges of the Huron Mountains in Upper Michigan.  The Original FAA application in 2016 included 120 turbine sites, along with another 12 FAA Applications submitted in 2017. The ridgelines include Mount Arvon the highest point in the State of Michigan, … Continue reading 40 to 50 or 132? Industrial Turbines 500 Feet Tall are Proposed for The Huron Mountains