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Iberdrola Power Point Presentation

The Iberdrola Power Point Presentation below is what has been presented to Grafton, Danbury and Alexandria, NH at Town Meetings in November 2012.  Watch for our comments on this presentation and decide for yourself if all is as they say.

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Windfall movie showing

Posted by on May 17, 2013 in All Posts, Cases Against Wind Power, Documentation, News and Media, Unintended Consequences, Wind Effects Financial Implications | 0 comments

This Sunday at 2:00pm Danbury Community Center will have a showing of the movie ‘Windfall.’   This video is well worth the time, and it is a great opportunity for us to support the folks in Danbury.  If you are available on Sunday I hope to see you there!! It is a GREAT way to avoid the black flies for the afternoon. Storyline: Wind power… It’s green… It’s good… It reduces our...

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Wind Energy Forum

Posted by on May 1, 2013 in All Posts, Meetings, News and Media, Wild Meadows Wind Project | 0 comments

A Wind Energy Forum Conducted by the NH House Science, Technology, and Energy Committee  April 30th. Our Goal: To become better informed by current research and experience on what an effective, efficient, and well balanced approval process should included by addressing: ● What costs and benefits need to be included in the review process. ● What are the difficulties in acquiring accurate data to assess costs and...

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Rights Based Ordinance vote

Posted by on May 1, 2013 in All Posts, Groton NH Wind Project, Meetings | 0 comments

May 1st, 2013 will have the Rights Based Ordinance vote tonight by the selectmen of Grafton.  Here is what you need to know.  Please make it to the meeting at 6 pm if possible: Can you come to our selectman’s meeting 6:00pm tonight? If you cannot can you send an email (and pass this along to anyone else who can come/send an email) asking the selectmen to support the Rights Based Ordinance?...

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SB-191

Posted by on Apr 2, 2013 in All Posts, Hearings | 0 comments

Dear Chairman Prescott, Vice Chair Odell & Senators Bradley, Fuller Clark & Woodburn, Thank you for SB 191.  I think it is a timely and important piece of legislation and I am writing to support it while requesting it also contain one additional amendment. Please also consider including a moratorium on large scale energy projects, specifically industrial wind turbine installations until the planning and analysis that...

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SB-99

Posted by on Apr 2, 2013 in All Posts, Petitions | 0 comments

We have successfully completed the recount on the RBO!!  We gained 3 votes in the process.  One small battle won. There are a bunch of bill that are working their way through the NH State government system.  We need to stay abreast of them.   They will help to secure our freedom from wind power. The bill for this week needs support from folks in each district across the state.  We need  friends and family in each district...

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HB-2 Amendment Hearing – Wed April 3

Posted by on Apr 2, 2013 in All Posts, Featured, Petitions | 0 comments

Wind Watch Action Alert - Important House Floor Hearing this Wednesday – April 3, 2013 WE NEED YOU help us spread the word to all NH District Representatives.  Please encourage your friends throughout the state to contact their district  representatives and tell them….. “Elective Wind Projects are of a significant concern in many areas of the state and that their district could be next. Please vote...

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HB 580 and HB 484

Posted by on Mar 2, 2013 in All Posts, Hearings | 0 comments

Two House Bills (HB 580 and HB 484) were introduced last week at Representatives Hall in Concord. On Tuesday, February 19th, Representative Skip Reilly and Senator Jeanie Forrester introduced HB 580, the “moratorium” bill to an almost capacity filled hall of 400 seats. Between the hours of 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM, residents and professionals speaking on behalf of companies and special interest groups presented testimony, both for...

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Dr Luce Presentation Slide Show

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013 in All Posts, Meetings, Politics of Wind Power | 0 comments

Dr Luce presentation slide show is not the best quality recording  but the message is incredible.  Dr. Luce spoke with us last month. He was the guy that made wind energy happen in New Mexico.  He came here to promote wind projects, but as a physist he quickly saw the wind resource just wasn’t here unless we went offshore.  He recommends solar power fo New England. In VT if 1% of already established farmers fields...

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Production Tax Credit Wind

Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in All Posts, Featured, News and Media, Politics of Wind Power | 0 comments

In the news, quietly nagging, is the question of whether or not the Production Tax Credit will expire now that the deadline has passed.  Without the Production Tax Credit wind projects may not stand a chance at new start ups.   Congress and wind power are not a good match right now as the expiration date has already passed. These are not only the politics of wind power but about one more debt added to the heap we can’t...

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Low Frequency Noise Health Effects

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in All Posts, Documentation, Health Effects, Noise, Unintended Consequences | 0 comments

Low Frequency Noise Health Effects

Wind turbine issues include the impact of low frequency noise health effects on the inner ear leading to hearing damage, vertigo and more. Here is an excerpt of an article regarding studies being done on this topic of Low Frequency Noise to get you started.  You can read the entire article here: LowFrequencyNoise Two effects of Low Frequency Noise; dizziness and vertigo to start Low-frequency sound may cause endolymphatic...

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