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Seneca Wind gets state certification

“This is a significant milestone for Seneca Wind, which will bring revenue and economic activity to Seneca County and deliver clean energy throughout the region,” Gordon Gray, director of wind for sPower, stated in a release. “We are grateful to the state of Ohio for issuing this certification, and to the people of Seneca County for engaging with us throughout our process.”
11 Sep 2018

Republic Wind hearings postponed In Ohio

Republic_letter_seeking_suspension_of_proceeding_thumb The OPSB says it postponed the hearings in response to a request from Republic Wind LLC to suspend the procedural schedule until the company files an application to amend the project as it is currently proposed. 
10 Sep 2018

The roiling debate over wind energy

Some would argue there has never been a more controversial issue in Palo alto County as wind energy. What began as a way to protect the rights of citizens, landowners and the environment in the county, has turned into a legal war.
5 Sep 2018

Borders councillors reject plans for £8m wind farm near Roberton

The company behind the plans, ABO Wind UK, has faced opposition from residents, community councils and Scottish Borders councillors ever since it first announced its intention to develop the site in 2012. ...“This approach is debilitating for fragile communities being worn down by commercial enterprises that bring financial muscle to a process destined to create overproliferation, landscape desecration and wind turbine blight in a naturally beautiful area of the Borders.
4 Sep 2018

Turbine price crash squeezes OEM revenues by 30% in H1

Income at some of the biggest turbine makers fell on average 30% in the first half of 2018, while the price of onshore turbines fell around 20%. ...Despite the increase in orders, Nordex CEO Jose Luis Blanco said the company expects 2018 and 2019 "to remain challenging" due to "fierce competition" and "pressure on prices".
1 Sep 2018

Juniata officials who didn't favor wind ban targeted for recall

Over several months, there has been a plethora of recalls filed against the three township officials that were denied by the Tuscola County Election Commission because of lack of clarity or sufficiency against Juniata Township officials. The wording on the last recall was approved and that is the one that is moving on to be listed on the November ballot.
1 Sep 2018

Petition mobilizes opponents of proposed Yarmouth power line

Press_release_petitions_presented_to_gov._and_yamouth_bos_08__28_2018_thumb Thousands of visitors and residents have signed a petition opposing an effort by offshore energy company Vineyard Wind to bring a high-wattage transmission cable through Lewis Bay and onshore in Yarmouth. ...A copy was given to Gov. Charlie Baker last week and to the Yarmouth selectmen at their meeting Tuesday, where Chairman Norman Holcomb told residents the board was open to hearing concerns.
29 Aug 2018

Pines Burn wind farm set to go ahead after appeal

This week Malcolm Mahony, the reporter appointed by ministers, overturned the rejection, finding that the project’s benefits outweighed any impacts on landscape or tourism. He said: “It would have localised and limited impacts on landscape and visual amenity and on archaeological assets.
24 Aug 2018

Wind farm wins OK

The commissioners’ approval of the three motions Tuesday didn’t mean they were approving the wind farm at this time. Instead, they decided the project was in compliance with the county zoning ordinance, which takes the process to the next level. The commissioners were split in their votes.
22 Aug 2018

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