On a Related Note

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These are links to interesting sites, blogs, news articles, and other odds and ends about industrial wind turbines we’ve discovered while browsing the web.

Thank you from the families to Sallyann Hadyniak for a mention in her Village Soup Freedom Town News article.

A New Study Takes The Wind Out Of Wind Energy — Forbes
Acoustic Ecology Institute Fact Sheet: Wind Energy Noise Impacts (PDF)
Beaver Ridge project prompts questions with teeth — National Wind Watch
Better Plan, Wisconsin: Badgers for a Better Renewable Energy Plan

Can Wind Turbines Make You Sick? Or Crazy? — New York Magazine
Citizens’ Task Force on Wind Power – Maine
Commission handling dozens of petitions to opt out of expedited wind development — windAction
Do Wind Turbines Lower Property Values? — Forbes
Doctor describes classic Wind Turbine Syndrome in patient (Vermont) — Wind Turbine
Dozens of rural Maine townships opt out of fast-track wind power sone — Nantion Wind Watch
Syndrome: A Report on a Natural Experiment (Nina Pierpont, M.D., Ph.D.)
Electricity Prices Soaring In Top Wind Power States — Forbes
Freedom provides wind power lesson — windAction
Freedom Town News — National Wind Watch
Freedom turbines not as valuable as originally thought — Maine Environmental News
Forest Ecology Network: Campaign to Stop Industrial Wind
Fox Island Wind Neighbors
Friends of Maine’s Mountains
“I am writing with your town on my heart” (Wendy Todd, Maine) — River City Malone.com (NY)
Inadequate transmission lines keeping some Maine wind power off the grid — Portland Press Herald
INEXCUSABLE: Corruption in Maine exposed — Friends of Maine’s Mountains
Justice in Freedom? — windAction
LD 1750: A study in how special interests get their way in the Maine legislature — Pine Tree Watchdog
Living Next To a Wind Turbine (Phil Bloomstein, Maine) — National Wind Watch
Living with Turbines‎ > ‎Freedom — Montville Wind
Maine, you’re an eyewitness to a train wreck — Friends of Maine’s Mountains
Maine’s Wind Power Production Falling Short Of Goals, But Hopes Are High For The Future — Huffington Post
Montville Wind
Mothers Against Wind Turbines, Inc.
My Next Door Neighbour is a Wind Turbine
National Wind Watch®
Rand Acoustics
SE Ambrose & Associates — Acoustical Consultants

Setting the record straight — windAction
Shadow Flicker and Noise (Phil Bloomstein, Maine) — National Wind Watch
Speaking From Experience — A Voice of Freedom — Voices On the Wind
The Truth About Wind Energy Subsidies: They Blow — Forbes
3 wind turbines just the beginning in Freedom — windAction
Town of Freedom becomes setting for dueling politics — Bangor Daily News
Turbine tax benefit eludes Freedom residents — windAction
Voices On the Wind
Why It’s The End Of The Line For Wind Power — Forbes
windAction
Windmills Blow
Wind farm noise report ‘parallels VW scandal’, claims Member of Parliament in Great Britain — Fox Island Wind Neighbors
Wind Farm Realities
Wind farm resentments seep back to surface — Morning Sentinel
Wind has power to kick up controversy in Maine — Portland Press Herald
Wind power critics upset by scale of newly proposed Maine projects — windAction
Wind turbines declared health hazard in Wisconsin — American Thinker
Wind Turbine Noise: An independent assessment of sound quality — randacoustics.com
Wind turbine on R.I. farm generates irate blowback — Portland Press Herald

Many more links will be added as we continue to find them, but these will get you started . . .


 

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