The tide turns
Those complaining that industrial wind turbines are making them sick and forcing them from their homes are no longer on the margins. Their numbers are growing. Their voices are becoming louder.
The glow that folks once felt in supporting renewable energy is wearing thin once they learn that generating really expensive, poor quality electricity is ruining their neighbours' lives.
July 27, 2012
by Rick Conroy
in The Wellington Times
Is the ground shifting below Ontario's wind turbines? Last week an Ontario judge ruled that Dr. Arlene King, the province's chief medical officer of health, will have to testify about the known noise and health risks of industrial wind turbines. It was a small but potentially game-changing decision. The province fought hard to prevent this from happening. Now the truth will be known.
Shawn and Trisha Drennan face the looming prospect of 150 massive industrial wind turbines outside the door of their Ashfield Township home near Goderich. One turbine is set to be erected just 650 metres from... [continue via Web link]