Wind Concerns Ontario, July 30, 2015 Toronto photographer documents wind farm destruction in Ontario’s North Wind is green, wind is good: photo shows blasting for access roads and turbine foundations in Algoma Highlands Photo: Gord BennerToronto area resident and photographer Gord Benner took a circle tour of Lake Superior this summer and was astonished to … Continue reading Photos show wind farm devastation of Algoma, Canada
Blasting Mountain Tops in Vermont To Make Way For 450-Foot Industrial Wind Turbines. This is not green, and not environmental, if it were for anything but "wind" it would not be allowed. Blasting a mountain top for a turbine. via Pearl+Ridge.PNG (750×340)
Stormwater and habitat impacts of big wind projects can be huge POSTED ON SEP 14 2011 BY TRISTAN ROBERTS We need nonpolluting energy I would consider myself open-minded about wind power. I believe we need nonpolluting sources of energy to wean ourselves from fossil fuels and to stave off climate change. On the other hand, … Continue reading Turbines Require Roads — Big Roads
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
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.