Facts, analysis, exposure to
industrial wind energy's real impacts

Search our library

www.WindAction.org hosts an extensive library, vetted and cataloged, of news, documents, images and videos related to wind energy.

The WindAction Group is dedicated to providing information on industrial wind energy, enabling communities and government officials to make informed decisions.

Updated daily with the latest news articles and fact-based documents pertaining to wind energy development. Keep current, visit us often, and subscribe to our weekly newsletter. And follow us:

 

Latest News and Posts

Rhode Island Offshore Wind Turbine May Have Killed Young Whale 23 Jun
Maine Ideology shouldn’t trump practical solutions, LePage energy adviser says 24 Jun
New York SOS turns up volume on its wind farm protest 24 Jun
Massachusetts At clean energy tour, dialogue dominated by wind turbine opponents airing grievances 23 Jun
Massachusetts Court ruling forces shut down of second turbine 23 Jun
UK Offshore Wind Contract Conundrum Heads to Supreme Court 1 Jun
Australia Lack of wind a big blow for Infigen and power prices 23 Jun
Texas Process of investigating turbine collapse to take weeks 22 Jun
Texas And the wind turbine comes tumbling down 22 Jun
Illinois Ogle County school decides to remove controversial wind turbine 23 Jun
Vermont Debate over wind turbine setbacks prolongs adoption of new siting rules 23 Jun
Vermont Panel Ices Wind Rules Until October 23 Jun
Illinois DeKalb County Board OKs wind testing towers 22 Jun
Vermont Lawmakers defer decision on new sound standards for wind energy 23 Jun
Massachusetts Falmouth Wind Turbines 1 and 2: Court Order to cease and desist operation 21 Jun
Fatalities at wind turbines may threaten population viability of a migratory bat 23 Feb
USA Wind turbine blade waste in 2050 23 Apr
Vermont Wind noise should be overseen by state, not developer 22 Jun
Prince Edward Island P.E.I. wind farm brings in special scaffolding to repair turbine blade 22 Jun
California California invested heavily in solar power. Now there's so much that other states are sometimes paid to take it 22 Jun
back to top