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Wind power in "nose dive"

The new law has been in effect since November 2014, The law established a a minimum distance of ten times turbine height to the nearest resudence. So a 200-meter high wind turbine must be 2000 meters from the nearest residential house.
19 Jun 2015

Eco-Blowback: Mutiny in the Land of Wind Turbines

Germany-1_thumb "It's all an enormous swindle," says Besigheim-based auditor Walter Müller, whose job involves examining the books of wind farm companies. His verdict? A fabric of lies and deception. The experts commissioned by the operators of the wind farms sometimes describe areas with weak breezes as top "wind-intensive" sites to make them appear more attractive. "Small-scale investors are promised profits to attract them into closed funds for wind farms that do not generate enough energy," he says. "Ultimately, all the capital is eaten up."
13 Jul 2013

https://www.windaction.org/posts?location=Germany&p=2&topic=Impact+on+People
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