Michigan Case Law: Wind Energy is not “demonstrated public need” .

One of the  arguments you hear often from wind developers, is that it can not be stopped because of exclusionary or demonstrated need. Michigan Courts have ruled that wind energy, energy use and state mandates do not equal demonstrated need. Tuscola has made no attempt to show that there is a "demonstrated public need" for … Continue reading Michigan Case Law: Wind Energy is not “demonstrated public need” .

Industrial Wind Farms Bring Political Conflict, Recalls and Lawsuit to Township

Industrial Wind Farms Bring Political Conflict, Recalls and Lawsuit to Township State’s renewable mandate also bringing hundreds of new turbine towers Feb. 17, 2018 | Evan Carter A legal battle over a proposed wind farm of 63 turbines is brewing in a small community in the Thumb area of Michigan. Members of the Juniata Township … Continue reading Industrial Wind Farms Bring Political Conflict, Recalls and Lawsuit to Township