Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for November 24, 2010

Items of interest:

1-“But law doesn’t take skeptics’ views into account. Environmental regulations compel compliance. Only in the market does the skepticism of the minority become an important player.”

Al Gore’s Important Admission – American Spectator

2-“So what has happened in the last decade regarding industrial wind in bird-sensitive areas?

“Birds of Prey Remain at Risk” (Windpower’s ‘avian mortality’ issue today) – MasterResource

3-Fox Islands Wind Neighbors holding Baker’s feet to fire.  (Thanks Sally!)

DEP: Vinalhaven turbines too loud – Bangor Daily News

4-Hmmm…!  They produce few jobs, minimal electricity and cost a lot of money.  So, what’s the problem?

Wind farms do not mean ‘jobs bonanza’ for Wirral – Wirral Globe

5-Ahhh…!  I love it when they talk green subsidy:  “The Pennsylvania Sunshine Grant breathed wind into the sails of solar,”

Subsidies for energy efficiency dry up – PennLive

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