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Industrial wind turbine industry found dead in Ontario

North American Windpower has Mark Del Franco Eulogizing Ontario’s Wind Industry

Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to pay our respects to Ontario’s utility-scale wind industry, which has passed away from unnatural causes (a lack of government support).

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The case for wind

Most of Vermont’s media coverage of wind energy tells a David-and-Goliath story: the plucky locals and underdog activists going up against a corporate developer and the state regulatory system. 1,322 more words

Phil Scott

SaskWind calls it quits after frustrations about new Chinook power station

There is no wind left in the sails of a local group that spent the last four and a half years trying to expand wind energy in Saskatchewan. 432 more words

Local News

Increasing Wind Power in the Energy Portfolio May Decrease Annual Bird Fatality


As we decrease our use of fossil fuels for energy production and increase our reliance on alternative energy production, organizations such as the Audubon Society have publicized worries that wind farms will increase bird mortality (Bryce, 2016). 2,458 more words


Devastation to Determination – Using Storms for Energy

Increasing technology not only provides us with ways of doing things that we were previously unable to do, but also gives us the ability to turn natural, unavoidable disasters into a source of clean energy. 402 more words

Endless Fire

Clean Energy Complements Fossil Fuel Industry in North Dakota

Clean Energy Complements Fossil Fuel Industry in North Dakota. Pew Charitable Trusts. Phyllis Cuttino. November 10, 2016.

North Dakota is a resource-rich state, with abundant oil, coal, and natural gas, but there still is room in this mix to harness the state’s clean energy potential—particularly wind power. 108 more words