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Is it time to flee from OH BigWind/BigSun?

These are terrifying times indeed...Covid, GreenNewDeal ,election turmoil... This report deals with wind and solar matters specifically while the second report will address policy both at the state and federal levels with a focus on a Biden agenda as well as where things stand in the Ohio General Assembly.  Hot, hot, hot in Allen County … Continue reading Is it time to flee from OH BigWind/BigSun?

BigWind huffing and puffing all over Ohio, especially near the Farm Bureau

In addition to news reports, there are three important items to relay on Ohio wind projects: Invenergy’s 175 MW Hardin Wind project is awaiting regulatory approvals in Virginia and West Virginia for the sale of the facility to Appalachian Power, a subsidiary of AEP.  If approved, Appalachian would directly own and operate Hardin Wind. Union … Continue reading BigWind huffing and puffing all over Ohio, especially near the Farm Bureau

Could BigWind make you abandon home due to noise?

As BigWind decried Ohio's new setback law of 1250feet from a property line, we see why INCreasing setbacks are important. This industry is growing - and I don't mean, just spreading across the country - they are growing in height. This article refers to 500 foot turbines. As their height continues to rise, so do … Continue reading Could BigWind make you abandon home due to noise?

Family abandons home due to BigWind noise

This is not a scare tactic. This is reality. You can find stories all over the world about people suffering from the adverse effects of living too close to wind turbines. Why should this Illinois story catch YOUR attention? Thanks to Senator Cliff Hite, the Ohio setbacks are absolutely miserable b/c he tirelessly fights against … Continue reading Family abandons home due to BigWind noise

Are Everpower and Invenergy in “cahoots” in Ohio?

Is there a connection? Read the facts below and decide for yourself... Everpower:  Terra Firma Capital Partners is the UK private equity firm that owned three renewable companies: RTR, Infinis and Everpower.  Their business model is to buy companies, build them up and sell them.  Terra Firma likes to do this within five to seven … Continue reading Are Everpower and Invenergy in “cahoots” in Ohio?