Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for November 30, 2010

Items of interest:

1-When all else fails, beg!

Clean Energy Proponents Pin Hopes on Tax Package – National Journal

2-“Two things are missing when it comes to industrial wind — the science and the money!

NYSERDA seeks to ‘transform our economic system’ – The Empire Page

3-Abstracts from the international symposium:

Global Wind Industry and Adverse Health Effects: First International Symposium – National Wind Watch

Note:  Original source and presentation downloads here:  The Society for Wind Vigilance

4-“I know the environmentalists will not be very happy with my decision, but it is foolish romance to think that India can attain high growth rate and sustain the energy needs of a 1.2 billion population with the help of solar, wind, biogas and such other forms of energy.

It’s paradoxical that environmentalists are against nuclear energy: Jairam Ramesh – The Hindu

5-“There is no convincing proof of the ability of utility-scale wind electricity generation to provide any of the incredible benefits claimed for it.

The Calculator: Fossil Fuel Consumption, CO2 Emissions, and Costs with Wind (Part I) – Kent Hawkins at MasterResource

 

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