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Growing Evidence Of Wind Farms’ Horrific Toll On Wildlife: This Time From India

June 23, 2019 by


By Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. ~ Eagles, hawks, bats – these are among the most prominently cited avian wildlife regularly slaughtered by industrial-sized wind-power facilities that – thanks to taxpayer subsidies and state renewable-energy mandates — continue to spread like wildfire across rural America. The affliction is by no means restricted to the United States, however. […]

Exclusive: Some Recent Energy News – 8/30/10

August 30, 2010 by


By John Droz  Jr This is the latest issue of my informal, free collection of recent electrical energy-related developments. Since citizens are daily inundated with material coming out on this topic, I am trying to present a digest summary of the most pertinent applicable information. My bias is for articles that are: scientific, independent, informative, […]

Kyoto – A Perspective (Part 26)

May 22, 2008 by


WIND POWER (Part 1) This photograph shows five of the forty three wind towers along the ridge line at Moosic Mountain near Scranton PA, part of the Waymart Wind Energy Center.Each of the towers is approximately the same height as the Statue Of Liberty, and generates 1.5MW of power. I varied the contrast slightly in […]