Ohio will become a graveyard of industrial wind turbines, unless our citizenry educates themselves and others, about the realities of this industry. We canNOT rely on our legislators to protect us, as many have either been bribed by or have drunk the BigWind Kool-Aid. Why is is that our legislators will not educate themselves about … Continue reading BigWind FAILS in Hawaii. Will Ohio learn?
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BigWind is a Wolf in Sheep's clothing. We have been told a LIE that renewable energy will replace and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. The OPPOSITE is true. Most people think this reality sounds like nonsense. Please educate yourselves and share with others.... Preface. Electricity simply doesn’t substitute for all the uses of fossil … Continue reading Not 1, but 41 reason why BigWind CAN’T replace FOSSIL FUELS
In this season of hope, we were surprised to see a glimmer reported in the Toledo Blade yesterday. During a year-end interview with Governor John Kasich, the subject of renewable energy came up and this is what was reported: “Mr. Kasich recently called “unacceptable” a legislative committee’s recommendation to indefinitely continue the two-year freeze on … Continue reading Christmas always reminds us of Hope
Hydropower from before 1995 doesn't qualify as "green" enough? Seriously, is someone turning off the spigot? Hydro has been renewable before our environmentalists coined the term! And it has stood the test of time, unlike the 1st windmills that were abandoned because of their intermittency. BigWind and the BigSun had, apparently, put some pocket change in … Continue reading Hydropower is the oldest form of renewable energy on the planet- but it’s no longer “green”
The Honda plant in Russels Point, Ohio, has garnered attention this week for installing 2 wind turbines that are "expected" to produce 10% of the electrical energy needed for the auto plant. Truly, unlikely to occur, but we do wonder how long it will take them to pay for themselves….particularly, after reading this article... One … Continue reading How long will it take for Honda’s turbines to pay for themselves?
No surprise. Yes, the wind-opposition group had an opportunity to voice their concerns. NO, they weren't actually HEARD. The OPSB is a "yes" group, and some say they work behind the scenes with the wind groups. They have NEVER denied an application for a wind farm in Ohio. I don't think they ever will, until … Continue reading Ohio Power Siting Board members need to live within Wind Farm