Articles filed under Impact on Wildlife from Maryland

Wind Turbine Company Files Appeal With PSC

Synergics Wind Energy is appealing the Oct. 30 decision made by hearing examiner David L. Moore, Maryland Public Service Commission. The examiner had approved the company’s application to build wind turbines in Garrett County, but with several environmental restrictions. At the October hearing, Moore okayed 24 conditions recommended by the Department of Natural Resources, including one that would prevent construction of the wind turbines in two areas in order to help preserve habitat for rare species.
30 Nov 2006

Wind energy push loses power - Despite incentives, turbine farm development stalls in Md.

....none has been built in Maryland, despite more than three years of work by Rogers and two other wind developers....Part of the blame for the delays, Tidwell said, lies with a small group of anti-wind activists led by D. Daniel Boone, whose family owns land near Backbone Mountain. They have filed protests with state agencies and a lawsuit challenging the projects.
31 Jul 2006

Wildlife issue may bar project

HAGERSTOWN // Seventeen rare species make up the biggest bone of contention between Synergics Inc. and the state Department of Natural Resources as the company's application to generate wind power in western Maryland moves toward a decision.
8 Dec 2005

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=Maryland&p=4&topic=Impact+on+Wildlife&type=Article
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