Studies Show Wind Farms Destroy Habitats WRITTEN BY KENNETH RICHARD, MARCH 16, 2018. Six New Papers Reveal A Hushed-Up ‘Green’ Reality: Wind Turbines Destroy Habitats More Wind Turbines, More Habitat Harm, Loss Six new papers expose the systematic destruction of natural wildlife habitats via the installation of wind turbines. Read more at No Tricks Zone 1. A 20-Fold … Continue reading Six New Papers Reveal A Hushed-Up ‘Green’ Reality: Wind Turbines Destroy Habitats
Cass County IN Property Rights Look at RES’s “local” jobs already going to out-of-state workers. This is a bird and bat counter in a car with Illinois plates TRESPASSING on private property owned by a member of the Cass County Property Rights group. These people are counting birds and bats, likely to say there aren’t … Continue reading RES’s “local” jobs already going to out-of-state workers. Cass County IN
Wind turbines at Flakfortet near Copenhagen. (Jens Dresling / AP) Michael Hutchins The rush is on to build scores of large, commercial wind energy facilities in and around the Great Lakes, in Canada and the United States. From the proposed Galloo Island and Lighthouse projects in New York to Camp Perry and Icebreaker in Ohio … Continue reading Wind turbines around the Great Lakes? A terrible idea for birds, bats – Chicago Tribune
There is a credible amount of peer reviewed research linking buildings and large towers to cloud-to-ground lightning in snowstorms. Shocking, right? Since cloud-to-ground lightning is what is most dangerous to us (though accounts for a minority of lightning compared to intracloud and cloud-to-cloud), it is worth a further look. Christopher Schultz, a research meteorologist at … Continue reading Skyscrapers, Towers, And Wind Turbines May Be Causing Thunder Snow
The Huron Mountains are "characterized by its boreal vegetation and unusually diverse and pristine habitats. It includes one of the largest remnants of substantially undisturbed old-growth forest in the upper Great Lakes region." Report on recommendations for siting Wind Turbines in the Great Lakes States. The recommendations summarized here represent the first in-depth, evidence-based synthesis … Continue reading Wind Energy, Great Lakes Regional Guidelines
This is similar to what the Huron's could look like, after blasting the mountains for turbines. Groton Wind Power Project a 48-megawatt wind farm,in Groton, New Hampshire. Owned by Iberdrola Renovables,(A Spanish Company) Power is being sold to NSTAR under a power purchase agreement, and will go to the Boston area. Located on Tenney Mountain … Continue reading Wind Energy Documents: New Hampshire
Industrial wind turbines are a lot bigger than ones you might see in a schoolyard or behind someone’s house. As wind energy has expanded into less and less ideal wind areas they have gotten larger, and most being installed are ranging from 400 to as tall as 700 feet. RES has stated that they are installing … Continue reading How big is a wind turbine?
Road construction for Kibby Mountain, Maine Turbines. Scope of Work Forty-four wind turbines on the boundary of mountains of Maine with roads and foundations. Foundations for these towers require MD&B to install 616 rock anchors. Challenges Road construction for crane access requires recycling the terrain features to build a road that meets equipment parameters to … Continue reading Road construction for Kibby Mountain, Maine Turbines.
Lowell Mountains Vermont, Turbine construction. See more excavation and blast videos here: : https://vimeo.com/user9000517 This is "This is Green Energy?" by Catamount on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. This is Green Energy? from Catamount on Vimeo.
This is a Blasting report for an Industrial Wind Farm in Maine "Blasting is expected to be required for most of the eighteen (18) turbine foundations, the proposed access roads in areas requiring significant cut, the powerline trenches and for above ground transmission line poles. The shallow nature of the soils in the project area suggests … Continue reading Blasting report for an Industrial Wind Farm in Maine