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Wind developer go home (ASL)Wind developer go home (ASL)Sep 12, 2008
T Boone’s Farm: Fred Milton comments on the “Pickensplan”Fred Milton comments on the “Pickensplan”Aug 12, 2008
U.K.: 73% of the time the wind speed is below 18 mph, but 85% of the potential power output of a wind turbine is at wind speeds over 18 mphGraph of wind speeds in the U.K. overlaid with a typical wind turbine power curve, showing that 73% of the time the wind speed is below 18 mph, but 85% of the potential power output of a wind turbine is at wind speeds over 18 mphJul 22, 2008
No to WindfarmNo to Windfarm - from the Against Newlands Wind Farm Action Group, EnglandJul 22, 2008
A lovely day for a nice walk in the countryA lovely day for a nice walk in the “country” - cartoon by Graham Lang, by courtesy of artistsagainstwindfarms.comJul 18, 2008
Size comparisonSize comparison by Campaign to Limit Onshore Windfarm Development (CLOWD)Jul 18, 2008
Giant turbine in the backyardA giant turbine in the backyard - from Lego and Vestas. Limited edition. Requires batteries to run (just like the real thing!).Jul 17, 2008
SNAP: Say No And ProtestSNAP: Say No And Protest - from Protect Carsington and HoptonJun 20, 2008
Loss of generation due to high windLoss of generation due to high wind in Texas, February 24, 2007Jun 06, 2008
We the ... power companies and wind developers“We the ... power companies and wind developers” - eminent domain graphicMay 31, 2008
Welcome to the BerkshiresWelcome to the Berkshires, now industrialized - from blue-moore.blogspot.comMay 26, 2008
The Renewable That Ate the IrreplaceableThe Renewable That Ate the Irreplaceable: “You are the renewable that keeps us dependent on the grid” - from beat poodle Fred Milton, by courtesy of Lynda BarryMay 14, 2008
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