Activist says wind power not fiscally sound
Others may be concerned about health issues but he said his major concern deals with the financial impact of these energy producers, especially considering taxpayers will have to pay back the funds borrowed from China for Obama’s stimulus plan.
November 25, 2010
by Donna Rescorla
in The Independent
CHEVELON — When Tom Lahman first heard about wind turbines in Navajo County, he said he had “warm fuzzy” feelings.
“I spent most of last winter in Montana and when I came back here in January, I found a letter from Navajo County Public Works saying John McCauley had applied for a special use permit for a met tower,” Lahman said. “At that time, I thought if something produces power, it’s justifiable.
“Then all I did for four months was research on renewable energy and found the downside. Now I’m very much against it. Those who are looking at ‘green’ power, renewable... [continue via Web link]