You have seen few blogs, in recent months. As information travels, at the speed of light, via blog, media, texts, social media platforms, etc. we have discovered that our efforts are better spent in other areas. For now, we encourage you to educate your friends and neighbors. Pay attention to what is being discussed by … Continue reading Where do we go from here?
Why is it that something, BigWind touts as 'RARE', seems to be occurring so darned often?? We have blogged about countless fires. This nacelle (middle of machine) is described as being as large as a school bus and we know the blades to be longer than a football field. People, mistakenly, do not realize the size … Continue reading What would Ohio farmer do with this ‘rare’ BigWind event?
How is this possible? Isn't BigWind great for our communities? Isn't IKEA a great store to shop in? They support renewable energy, so how can that be bad? Your mother probably taught you that if something 'seems' too good to be true, then it probably is. The $$$ that rolls into local farmers and communities … Continue reading IKEA/APEX BigWind problem causes LIENS to be Filed Against Local Farmers (Illinois)
How UNfortunate that some do not see beyond the cash being dangled in front of the farmers. BigWind is like an illusionist- they grab your attention with cash, so you don't see what is really happening. Note the AWEA report that 12,000 MW were added as new US 'generating capacity'…remember, their REAL electricity production numbers … Continue reading American Corn Growers Fdtn is mesmerized by the illusions of BigWind
We invite you to look at the photos at http://www.cashton.com/North_Wind_Turbine_Const-DM-CS-SB-2-reduced-in-size.pdf . These pictures are wonderful views of wind “farmers” planting 45 tons of rebar and 630 yards of concrete to grow one wind turbine. How 'green' is this? It is certain nothing else will ever “grow” in this field. Can you imagine the quality of the field … Continue reading How ‘green’ is BigWind’s 45 tons of concrete and 630 yards of concrete PER turbine?