Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for October 10, 2010

Items of interest:

1-European Platform Against Windfarms (EPAW) supports efforts of Society for Wind Vigilance health symposium.  We do as well!

Letter of support from EPAW-members in Germany – Wind Concerns Ontario

2-Good selection of recent reads recommended by the SPPI Blog – some may even appear familiar to regular readers of AT.

Posts Tagged ‘wind energy’ – SPPI

3-Darn!  I was going to write something like this, but JLL does such an excellent job!

Wind for Jobs? – Jefferson’s Leaning Left

4-If Cape Wind goes forward, electric customers “will be needlessly paying billions of dollars in electric bills and subsidies to line the pockets of a private developer,’’ says Audra Parker of the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, the project’s main opposition group.

Cape Wind backers blew right by cost – Boston Globe

… and, you know I just couldn’t pass on the opportunity to show one of my favorites:

5-Industrial wind in the great North West – it really is all about money.

Washington’s wind power windfall – The Columbian

 

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