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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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Wind Turbine Effects on Birds and Bats Hearing 2

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in All Posts, Cases Against Wind Power, Documentation, Unintended Consequences, Wildlife | 0 comments

Wind Turbine Effects on Birds and Bats, among other concerns,  were debated at the  Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife and Oceans Oversight Hearing on “Gone with the Wind: Impacts of Wind Turbines on Birds and Bats”   Tuesday, May 1, 2007 10:00 AM The following is part of the testimony of Dr. Michael Fry, Ph.D., Director, Birds and Pesticides, American Bird Conservancy of the Fish and Wild Life Service It should...

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Wind Turbine Effects on Birds and Bats Hearing

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in All Posts, Cases Against Wind Power, Documentation, Unintended Consequences, Wildlife | 0 comments

Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife and Oceans Oversight Hearing on “Gone with the Wind: Impacts of Wind Turbines on Birds and Bats”   Tuesday, May 1, 2007 10:00 AM The following is part of the testimony of Mr. Michael Daulton, Director of Conservation Policy, National Audubon Society It should be noted that Mr Daulton is for wind power but stresses the importance that is being overlooked in being overly zealous;...

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NH Electricity Cost

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in All Posts, Costs, Documentation, Wind Effects Financial Implications | 0 comments

NH Electricity Cost

The NH electricity cost is 5 cents above the average in other US states.  We export more than 1/2 our electricity generated and yet we pay 50% more per kilowatt hour.  How does that even make sense? See for yourself in the NH electricity profile chart below: State Electricity Profiles Data for 2010  |  Release Date: January 30, 2012  |  Next Release: January 2013   | Archived State Electricity Profiles Notice that NH...

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Iberdrola Hardscrabble Lawsuit

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in All Posts, Cases Against Wind Power, Health Effects | 0 comments

Iberdrola Hardscrabble lawsuit medical issues that plaintiffs complained of: P32 Diane Abele – frequent headaches from lack of sleep and constant stress Holly Ashley – difficulty sleeping William Ashley – difficulty sleeping P34 Wendy Bramer’s teenage son Adam Bramer – experienced dizziness and sinus problems.  Also has an adult daughter with seizure     disorders who can no longer visit her...

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Estimated Carbon Footprint of Wind Turbines in Groton Wind Project

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in All Posts, Blog, Environment | 0 comments

It is difficult to say exactly what the carbon footprint of wind turbines for the Groton Wind Project would be but not difficult to make some reasonable estimations. Here is a conversation sent to us by a gentlemen involved.  These are his guestimates and no more but it is not hard to follow the logic. Estimated Carbon Footprint of Wind Turbines in Groton Wind Project Hi Joe, If the Groton Turbines were installed using roads 75...

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Tug Mountain Wind Farm Canaan

Posted by on Dec 13, 2012 in All Posts, Documentation | 0 comments

Tug Mountain Wind Farm – Canaan, NH New England’s fifth wind farm, on Tug Mountain in Canaan, NH, was installed in 1984 and went on line in 1985. It consisted of ten 60-kW Danish wind turbines manufactured by Micon. Like others installed in the mid-1980s, this 600-kW wind farm performed better than its predecessors. In 1987, it produced 541,200 kWh for a capacity factor of 10.3%. (“Capacity factor” is the...

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Hardscrabble Wind Farm News

Posted by on Dec 13, 2012 in All Posts, Cases Against Wind Power, Unintended Consequences | 0 comments

Hardscrabble Wind Farm news continues to be in the spotlight. It seems that locals are unjustly having liens placed on their lands while Saunders Concrete and Iberdrola duke it out. Read about it in the full article but as you do, consider as to whether it is something you might find yourself in the middle of one day, in your own backyard. Residents targeted by subcontractor who wants to be paid for work Concrete company places...

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True Costs of Wind Energy and Low Value of Wind Electricity

Posted by on Dec 4, 2012 in All Posts, Cases Against Wind Power, Featured, Wind Effects Financial Implications | 0 comments

True Costs of Wind Energy and Low Value of Wind Electricity

This is a great article about the true costs of wind energy:  You can download the entire article here: Schleede-High-Cost-Low-Value-Electricity-from-Wind Probably the most common wind energy question that I receive from analysts, reporters, and interested citizens deals with the cost of electricity from wind.  The frequency of the question is understandable since estimates provided by the wind industry, federal and state...

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December Wild Meadows Wind Project Meetings

Posted by on Dec 3, 2012 in All Posts, Meetings | 0 comments

December Wild Meadows Wind Project Meetings

December Wild Meadows Wind Project Calendar of  events and meetings December 17th,  Monday – Alexandria, NH town hall from 6:30 to 8:30.  This meeting will host Ed Cherion from Iberdrola Renewables again. This is very important to be there and to come with intelligent questions and facts.  All are welcome.  Bring your friends from surrounding towns as well to hear first hand. December 6th, also at the Grafton Fire...

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Iberdrola Town Meeting Notes

Posted by on Dec 3, 2012 in All Posts, FAQs, Featured, Meetings, Wild Meadows Wind Project | 0 comments

Iberdrola Town Meeting Notes

Iberdrola town meeting notes are from concerned citizens who have been present, alert and taking notes and pictures concerning the Wild Meadows Wind Project and its wind effects on the communities involved.  There are surely discrepancies from what interviews and newspaper articles report.  Decide for yourselves. Recap of Iberdrola Wild Meadows Wind Project Open House in Grafton (11/13), Alexandria (11/14), Danbury...

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