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Gone with the wind: Apex Clean Energy opts not to pursue proposed turbine project

For the second time in less than a year, a developer has pulled the plug on its plan to site wind turbines in the north country. ...Residents need to know the positive difference they make when they object to wind projects. The fact that two firms have abandoned their proposals in Northern New York within the past eight months should encourage them to keep up the struggle.
22 Feb 2019

Local residents go public with Ball Hill Wind concerns

Between 50 and 60 members of the public turned out on Wednesday for the hearing in the Silver Creek Central School auditorium, and approximately a dozen voiced their concerns about health and safety impacts, alleged inappropriate actions of the Villenova Town Board and effectiveness of the proposed project.
21 Feb 2019

Wind farm plan draws opposition

A company hoping to develop a wind farm in the southern portion of the county faced daunting challenges at Tuesday’s county commission meeting when a standing-room-only crowd turned out to speak in opposition to the proposed project — at least right now.
21 Feb 2019

Wind farm's visual impact a concern, Broome residents say

The first rumblings of discontent were expressed Tuesday when state regulators opened its first round of hearings on a 33-tower wind farm proposed for eastern Broome County. Landowners were wary of reassurances given by project representatives that the 124-megawatt project would have minimal effect on property values and blend into the environment.
20 Feb 2019

Attorney calls Invenergy's Alle-Catt Wind Farm application ‘slipshod’

Invenergy officials admit that without payment in lieu of taxes (P.I.L.O.T.) agreements, the $455 million wind project will not happen. Even with subsidies the turbines could not produce enough power to pay full property taxes and make a profit for a developer. They point to the P.I.L.O.T. payments and host community fees for towns, counties and school district, as well as lease payments to landowners as reasons to support the project.
17 Feb 2019

Ball Hill Wind hearing may draw crowd

In order to be granted this certificate, Ball Hill Wind must provide the Public Service Commission with a description of the facility and “the manner in which the cost of such plant is to be financed, evidence that the proposed plant is in public interest and is economically feasible, and proof that the applicant is able to finance the project and render adequate service.”
17 Feb 2019

Officials reject 400-foot wind turbines in Findlay

The city zoning appeals board voted 3-1 Thursday to deny a variance that would have allowed One Energy to build one or two 400-foot wind turbines on 37 acres southeast of the intersection of Crystal and Bigelow avenues. ...Findlay zoning laws set a 40- to 100-foot limit on wind turbines.
15 Feb 2019

Galloo wind farm opponents applaud withdrawal; supporters lament

A representation of what Galloo Island would look like if 400-foot wind towers had been built. The turbines on the island would have likely been about 600 feet tall, but the developer behind it has no intention of pursuing it further for the foreseeable future. Opposition leaders rejoiced when they heard another chapter in the saga of developing a wind farm on Galloo Island had come to a close, but wind farm supporters lamented the news.
12 Feb 2019

Galloo Island wind project withdrawal letter

Galloo-island-wind_withdrawal_letter_-_ny_dps_thumb Apex Clean Energy, who proposed to erect 30 turbines and an electric substation on Galloo Island in Lake Ontario off the coast of New York, has officially withdrawn its application from from consideration. The withdrawal letter is provided in full below and can be downloaded throught the document links on this page. 
8 Feb 2019

Public Service Commission approves Emmons-Logan wind farm

The North Dakota Public Service Commission issued a siting permit on Wednesday for the Emmons-Logan Wind Energy Center, granting approval for as many as 123 wind turbines northeast of Linton. The project by NextEra Energy Resources will have a capacity of about 298 megawatts and will include a 6.85-mile transmission line in Emmons County.
7 Feb 2019

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