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List of town officials with wind farm interests grows

Invenergy, developer of the 380-megawatt Alle-Catt Wind Farm, has revised its list of municipal officials with interests in the project. ...In its revised report to the New York State Attorney General’s Office, Invenergy lists 10 officials from four towns in Cattaraugus and Allegany counties on a list titled Financial Interests of Municipal Officials and Relatives Known to be in Office October 2018.
18 Nov 2018

Not all large new development going offshore

Although its projects are helping to reduce energy costs for municipalities and other public entities, have won contracts through the state, and been embraced by people like Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena, they have not been universally welcomed. Some residents of Coventry in particular have complained of shadow flicker and noise and objected to the visual impact of the 414-foot-tall turbines in a largely rural part of that community.
17 Nov 2018

Fierce wind blowing over Seneca County turbine projects

Ohio’s elected leaders must BOTH move the state forward with more and better renewable energy sources AND respect the rights of property owners and the will of communities. This cannot be an either/​or proposition. ...Every stakeholder’s rights must be fairly weighed in the process. A balance must be struck so that the communities being torn apart by the dispute can come together once the state authorities make their ruling.
15 Nov 2018

Meeting room overflows, public hearing gets rescheduled

More than 150 citizens filled three rooms of the venue Wednesday night during a meeting that was initially delayed 45 minutes while commissioners tried to figure out how to properly accommodate all the people who showed up to make their voices heard on the project. After two failed attempts at broadcasting the meeting, which was held in the Tom Baker Meeting Room with police presence, into the two overflow rooms, commissioners made the decision to reschedule the public hearing.
15 Nov 2018

Seneca East school district joins opposition to wind farm project

With no discussion, the Seneca East board of education unanimously (5-0) approved a resolution to intervene in upcoming Ohio Power Siting Board hearings that will decide the fate of the controversial Seneca Wind project. ...The school district joined four of five Seneca County townships that have passed similar resolutions to intervene. The only one in Seneca that hasn’t passed a resolution is Bloom Township, where three of five trustees are leaseholders.
14 Nov 2018

Wind farm proposal pushing neighbors apart

Morton Township may not have the most people in it, but many of those who live here have come out in force against a proposal by Pure New Energy to erect over 70 wind turbines across southern Burleigh County and into Emmons County, southeast of Bismarck…there's even a Facebook group against the project.
13 Nov 2018

Wind energy agreement will provide savings, 50 percent of electricity needs for Kansas State University Manhattan campus

As part of a 20-year agreement, the wind farm will provide 14 MW of power, which is approximately 50% of the current load of the university's Manhattan campus.The anticipated savings will be approximately $180,000 to $200,000 annually. The price of electricity provided from Soldier Creek Wind Energy Center will be fixed for 20 years at 1.8 cents per KWh and replaces the fuel factor cost, which is currently 2.3 cents per KWh.
12 Nov 2018

Place moratorium on wind farms

Both the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and Department of Health are playing Russian Roulette with the health of their constituents if projects permitted in 2018 use ten year old data for guidelines on safety and quality of life. Inadequate protection by policy makers will result in jeopardized public health and exorbitant legal expenses to defend inadequate guidelines based on outdated data.
10 Nov 2018

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