Articles filed under Lighting from New Hampshire

TransAlta upgrades Antrim Wind aircraft lights, responds to AG

TransAlta, the company operating Antrim’s wind turbine project, affirmed their obligation to properly operating and maintaining the radar-activated aircraft warning lights on the turbines. Their announcement came as a response to concerns voiced by the state Attorney General’s office in late May. TransAlta has “always accepted” the obligation to properly operate and maintain its turbine lighting system.
4 Jun 2021

AG’s office weighs in on state investigation of Antrim wind turbine complaints

“Antrim Wind appears to argue that, although it is working in good faith to ensure a functioning ADLS, these efforts are essentially gratuitous,” Senior Assistant Attorney General and Chief of the Environmental Protection Bureau Allen Brooks wrote in the analysis. “if this position is accepted, Antrim Wind is under no obligation to ever properly run the ADLS.”
31 May 2021

https://www.windaction.org/posts?location=New+Hampshire&topic=Lighting&type=Article
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