Daily Archives: July 28, 2018

R-Project puts too much at risk #NE

By National Wind Watch Is it OK to kill an endangered species and destroy a Nebraska treasure unique to the world so a handful of people can make money off the federal government? We’re about to find out. According to the Audubon Society, there are about 603 whooping cranes left in three different flocks, two…

Contractors for Amherst Island wind turbine project owed millions #ON

By National Wind Watch Several sub-contractors who built the Amherst Island wind turbine project have filed liens in a Napanee court looking to be paid millions of dollars owed for unpaid work. The Whig-Standard spoke to two sub-contractors who allege the main contractor on the project, Pennecon Heavy Civil, hasn’t paid them since March. The…

Reader accuses candidates of pro-wind agendas #MI

By National Wind Watch Three former Planning Commissioners, Mary Babcock, Jeffery Krohn and Robert Oakes, now seek to continue their pro-wind agenda as county commissioners. Realizing that their goal of more wind turbines had hit a roadblock at the planning commission level, Babcock and Krohn did not seek reappointment while Oakes was reappointed, only to…

Invenergy moves forward with wind project in Wheatland Township #MI

By National Wind Watch WHEATLAND – Representatives from Invenergy, a Chicago-based renewable energy company, has confirmed that the firm is currently in the early development stages of a wind project in Wheatland Township. If Invenergy completes the project, Wheatland Township would host Hillsdale County’s first large-scale wind farm. At their regular board meeting on June…

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