Videos filed under Impact on Landscape
APEX Clean Energy wants to erect 30 turbines on Galloo Island but residents in New York State are fighting back.
This powerful video conveys the shock and sadness as wind energy projects move through Arkwright, NY and Chautauqua County.
Mary Kay Barton has been writing and speaking about the wind industry since 2004. Albert Vliestra was passively in favor of wind turbines coming to Warsaw County, then he became ill -- with protracted ailments -- after the turbines were installed in the area. Following a long fight against the turbines, Cathi Orr lost. She sold her 100 acre farm at a substantial loss, and fled. Albert Vliestra, too, sold his dream home at a major loss. The living room where this interview takes place is that of Linda and Paul Makson. The Makson home is surrounded by 16 giant wind turbines that creak, groan, whistle and whoosh all the time, but the infrasound is worse. And worse yet, New York taxpayers are paying for it, as per Governor Cuomo's "green energy" program.
This video by Verlagsgruppe Random House was created for the promotion of the book “Geopferte Landschaften” by Georg Etscheit (editor) and published by HEYNE Verlag. Special thanks to Friends Against Wind for bringing this video to our attention and working to provide the English subtitles. English subtitles by Vind-Alarm-Danmark.eu & Friends-Against-Wind.org.
Homeowners describe their experiences with Oklahoma wind turbines 2016.Apex Clean Energy constructed the Kingfisher wind facility within 1500-feet of homes. The project consists of 120 turbines for a total installed capacity of 300 megawatts. After exhausting all attempts to work with Apex, the residents filed a lawsuit seeking protection from adverse health effects, and loss of use and value of their property. The trial date is slated for April 2016. Kingfisher Wind began construction on May 18, 2015 despite repeated requests from non-participating landowners to reconsider turbine placement. The now operating project impacts at least 128 nearby property owners. The suit refers to the irreparable harm caused by nuisance and unavoidable negative health impacts caused to people by the noise, infrasound and shadow flicker generated by turbines.
The proposed Horse Creek Wind Farm south of Clayton will impact many people along the St. Lawrence River and the North Country.
This powerful news broadcast highlights the divide between urban residents clamoring for action to address climate change and the worry and concerns of wind farm development in the rural areas. To view the broadcast, click the image on this page.
In Germany, wind turbines have turned countryside sites into industrial areas. Do we want the same in our country? English subtitles by Friends against wind. Video made by the citizen's group Weitblick Ostfriesland: http://weitblick-ostfriesland.de
This investigative report by Armel Joubert des Ouches examines the spread of wind turbines throughout France. He calls on the French people, the politicians and ecologists who have remained somewhat honest, to put a stop to this monstrous boondoggle whose consequences will become rapidly irreparable. The English subtitles were prepared by Friends Against Wind.
Geriş, is a village located in the hills above Yalıkavak and Gerişaltı (Lower Geriş) in Turkey. A wind energy facility is proposed for the mountains. The people of this area oppose the siting for the project and tell the story in this video.
This powerful trailer to the documentary "An Ill Wind" tells the story of the relentless march of industrial-scale wind turbines across the countryside and the effects on the landscape.
A short tour of one of the ridgelines in the Groton Wind project. Groton consists of 24 2-MW Gamesa turbines. The project was erected by Iberdrola. Note the amount of cleared forest and blasted rocks required for one unit. These 400' monsters absolutely dwarf the tall pines! For a gallery of still photos, visit www.aerialphotonh.com/groton-wind . Duration: 1 minutes 31 seconds
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Huge wind turbines are dotting the landscape in New York and Massachusetts, producing megawatts of green energy. So why would people living near these giant windmills want them out?
The nineteen turbine Hoosac wind facility (28.5 megawatts) owned and operated by Iberdrola Renewables makes its presence known to a community in the harshest way -- through noise emissions and strobing shadows. Duration: 8 seconds
Political ad exposes Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for his support of industrial wind energy development. Duration: 30 seconds
Dick Koltz speaks about his regrets after signing on with wind developer, Invenergy, and explains the color "green" when it comes to wind developers. This clip is from a public forum at VanAbles, Town of Holland, Brown County Wisconsin on February 18, 2010. Duration: 4 minutes 38 seconds
Meeting New England's Renewable mandates means thousands of industrial wind turbines erected all along NH's most scenic ridgelines. And Northern Pass proposes 1200 steel towers over 200 miles of NH landscape. How do we know if these destructive projects are worth the cost to thousands of people's livelihoods, property value and the state's tourism if we don't have a comprehensive energy plan for the state? Watch this video to find out what is at stake for the state. A bill is before the New Hampshire legislature seeking a moratorium on wind farm development in the State. Duration: 8 minutes 21 seconds
This is how a wind facilty looks at night taken from 16 miles away. The camera was at Bristol Harbor Resort and the Dutch Hill wind farm is in Cohocton, NY. Duration: 44 seconds
The controversial Ocotillo Express wind project erected by Pattern Energy dominates the skyline with blinking lights. Duration: 1 minutes 38 seconds
The Record Hill wind project consists of 22 Siemens 93 2.3 MW turbines along a four mile ridgeline. Nameplate capacity is 50.6 MW. The view in this video is from less than 2-miles away.