As BigWind and SolarSkillets(burn birds) spread across our state, we must become educated about their origins, their realities, their TRUE impacts on OUR land, OUR environments, OUR homes. Don't let your neighbors bury their heads in the sand over this. These Wind and Solar projects will last, in our neighborhoods, our towns, our regions, for … Continue reading The DARK side of BigWind and SolarSkillets
We have blogged about this before. In order to build a turbine, there are hundred of gallons of oil, toxic chemicals, concrete, steel, etc. that is generated. Turbines do not last forever and certainly, they do not last anywhere near that of a traditional nuclear or coal facility. What happens then? Recycled? NOPE, well maybe … Continue reading BigWind WILL die, and then new problems begin
More than 10,000 of the existing 28,000 turbines need to be decommissioned!! Can you imagine multiple industrial wind energy sites like this? When each one consumes tens of thousands of acres? What are we doing to our landscape, our neighbors, our countryside. Oh, but wait, we forgot, BigWind claims THEY will decommission and take care of … Continue reading What do we do with Toxic BigWind trash??
Wind not a boon for all Van Wert County residents This letter is in response to Jason Dagger’s guest perspective concerning a PILOT for Logan County. Van Wert County went through this just a few years ago and we know the local Van Wert Chamber of Commerce director, Susan Munroe(currently employed by ALLEN COUNTY), is … Continue reading (Big)Wind NOT a boon for ALL Van Wert county, Ohio, residents
Please share with your neighbors and family members. The $ offered to farmers is very enticing…. The Informed Farmers Coalition IFC was formed five years ago to study the impacts of wind turbines on our agricultural and residential community. The group consists of past or present union iron workers, school teachers, township officials, lawyers, a … Continue reading Farmers’ coalition warning us about BigWind !!!
In Illinois where Everpower purchased the assets of a bankrupt wind facility, local authorities debated how to handle decommissioning costs. The debate revolves around whether having the cash up front is best or whether to allow Everpower to simply have a letter of credit. The Bureau County residents researched the costs associated with decommissioning and … Continue reading Illinois dead turbines create a headache for county and farmers
Ohio does not require money in escrow to protect our citizens from a company going bankrupt. Our bonds aren't even big enough to pay for the cranes which will dismantle the machines, but this county was SMART. Why is Everpower requesting this? Could it be that they plan to leave this area after a short … Continue reading Is Everpower trying to ‘pull the wool’ over a county’s eyes?