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Endangered species? Ecotricity flicks switch on new English onshore wind farm

The government has locked onshore wind and solar farm out of competitions for clean power contracts and has previously tweaked planning rules to make it harder for projects to gain consent. The Conservative Party manifesto at the last election explicitly ruled out financial support for new onshore wind farms in England, despite the technology offering the lowest costs form of clean power capacity.
8 Dec 2017

German regulator triggers onshore wind rescue

The risk that German onshore wind could collapse over the next three to four years, endangering the aim to achieve 40-45% of gross electricity consumption from renewables by 2025, prompted the BNA to trigger a rescue clause in the 2017 renewable energy act.
1 Dec 2017

Seneca residents get info on Republic Wind project

Chris Zeman of rural Republic said he’s forming a group opposing the wind project called Seneca Anti-Wind Union. He invited people to visit a new Facebook page. “We’re trying to inform people about the importance of the setbacks and destruction of the viewshed,” he said.
30 Nov 2017

Wind farm to stretch over 5 townships

Repub­lic Wind, LLC, intends to file an appli­ca­tion to con­struct the Repub­lic Wind Farm, which would spread across nearly 15,000 acres of leased land. That prop­erty is in the town­ships of Adams, Reed, Sci­pio and Thomp­son in Seneca County and York Town­ship in San­dusky County, accord­ing to a pre-application filed with the Ohio Power Sit­ing Board.
30 Nov 2017

Cape Wind fight spins on

Opponents of the stalled Cape Wind project have appealed a federal agency’s decision to allow the offshore wind energy developer to maintain its long-term federal lease in Nantucket Sound, where the company had planned to build 130 wind turbines.
29 Nov 2017

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