Not so GREEN

By:  Diane Benjamin

If you still think turbines are green technology that will save the world – GROW UP.

The BLACK is oil.  It takes a LOT of oil to make pretend green.  When not maintained, oil is thrown all over the ground beneath them.

 

I could post many stories about wind – start with these:

 

Damages & Costs for families forced to abandoned their homes

https://www.wind-watch.org/news/2017/04/12/county-planners-hear-about-wind-turbine-noise-complaints/

http://gazette.com/reassurances-fail-to-convince-some-neighbors-el-paso-county-wind-farm-is-safe/article/1599581

https://www.wind-watch.org/news/2017/04/08/bpa-stops-wind-power-generation-for-the-first-time-in-four-years/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

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Comments

  1. I’ve always thought they have no intention of maintaining them. Then, when they’re completely non-functional, it will be the responsibility of the farmer to figure out how to take them down. Once the wind companies get their federal subsidies, what incentive do they have? What a scam.

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  2. I guarantee that if on of these wind farm companys offered you 50 grand per year to install one on your property, you would accept. Tell me you wouldn’t, you can’t.

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  3. Dawson Lake says:

    I’m thinking ole Hank and Tommy must have had this same thing to face to accomplish what they did. Maybe your too young to remember above ground telephone poles with a dozen or more lines on some of them too. Or what happen to them during blizzards and ice storms. I haven’t even mentioned “Party Lines”. Progress, kicking and screaming its way to success.

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