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Nina Pierpont, MD, PhD, Wind Turbine Syndrome: A Report on a Natural Experiment (Santa Fe, NM: K-Selected Books, 2009), 294 pp. Paperback, $18 USD.

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Small solar project could help prevent frequent blackouts in Java
More delusional thinking out of Wyoming County, #NewYork: Small #solar project could help prevent frequent blackouts in Java JAVA — Java residents and business owners are no stranger to the frequent blackouts, brownouts and voltage spikes plaguing the town’s aging electric grid, but a recent award from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority may soon make them a thing of the past.
Thruway Windmills Not Working
Governor Andrew Cuomo's #NewYork State Thruway Windmills Not Working: Thruway Authority confirms, "The turbines were taken offline between October 2017 and early January 2018…as they await replacement parts and/or maintenance." #EndWindWelfare Thruway Authority confirms, "The turbines were taken offline between October 2017 and early January 2018…as they await replacement parts and/or maintenance."
Cuomo’s renewable flop (cont’d.) : Empire Center for Public Policy
New data shows Governor Andrew Cuomo's #renewableenergy push isn't delivering the promised results. New data from NYISO, which oversees the state’s electrical grid and wholesale market, indicates 28% of the energy sold into the competitive market in 2017 came from renewables, up from 24% a year earlier.... "That increase, however, was driven primarily by increased output from existing hydroelectric generators, chiefly the state-run dams at Niagara Falls and Massena. The two largest dams, which produce most of the state’s hydroelectric power, saw an 8 percent jump in output “due to increased water levels on Lakes Erie and Ontario resulting in higher water flow to the Niagara and St. Lawrence hydroelectric plants,” according to the state Power Authority." Cuomo’s renewable flop (cont’d.) by Kenneth Girardin | April 17, 2018 | NY Torch Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Clean Energy Standard has spurred just one-fifth of the new renewable energy generation promised in 2016. New data from New York Independent System Operator, which oversees the state’s.....
With the death of fracking, can renewables fill New York’s energy gap?
4/16/18 D&C: NY #gas rush 10 years later... With the death of #Fracking, can #renewables fill #NewYork’s energy gap? Rural communities could've profited from gas boom, now left with building civilly/environmentally-destructive wind factories
PSC eyes plan to offer incentives for wind energy companies
Hold on to your wallets! #NewYork PSC eyes plan to offer more rate-payer funded incentives for #wind energy companies: The state Public Service Commission is mulling a plan to “jumpstart” the state’s offshore wind industry with proposals that would require utilities ...
Coal Cuts Dangerously Clip Texas Power Capacity
Coal Cuts Dangerously Clip #Texas Power Capacity ERCOT may ask customers to "raise their thermostats to cut power consumption," or "cut off power to large customers — such as industrial plants," or will "trigger rolling outages." Any notions that generously subsidized solar and wind will significantly compensate capacity losses from shuttered coal plants and over-regulated oil and natural gas suppliers are delusional assaults which will leave America powerlessly impoverished.
A regional extinction in progress | Save the Eagles International
Re-Tweeted Mark Duchamp @DuchampMark ‏ Millions of birds migrate over the Great Lakes twice a year. There will be massacre. See our latest article on wind turbines and birds here: … and our most read article: … …
Wind energy sets sail on the Great Lakes
Big Wind subsidy hustlers are now targeting the #GreatLakes! Wind energy sets sail on Great Lakes: Proposals to build turbines in North America’s Great Lakes have stalled in recent years — but a new initiative aims to break through the barriers.
Offshore Wind States Beware
Off-shore wind is not economically viable. It cost $300 million–$10,000 per kilowatt–about 10 times more than the cost of a new natural gas combined cycle unit: Off of the shore of Block Island on the Rhode Island coast, five wind turbines are operating and supplying power...
New York Set to Spend $5,336—Per Second : Empire Center for Public Policy
The Empire Center has updated its online Spend-O-Meter to reflect the record size of #NewYork’s newly enacted $168.3 Billion budget for fiscal 2019. As of April 1, the fast-spinning Spend-O-Meter shows, the state government is spending at a rate equivalent to: $5,336 per second, $320,205 per minute, $461,095,890 per day, $3,236,538,462 per week, and $14,025,000,000 per month. New York is set to spend $5,336 per second this year, according to the Empire Center: New York Set to Spend $5,336—Per Second April 11, 2018 | Press Releases The Empire Center has updated its online Spend-O-Meter to reflect the record size of New York’s newly enacted $168.3 billion budget for fiscal 2019. As of April 1, the fast-spinning Spend-O-Meter shows, the state government ...


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