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The producers of the following video suggest we “get to know West Virginia’s Monongahela National Forest in this preview of an upcoming episode of ‘This American Land,’ produced in collaboration with The Pew Charitable Trusts.” Many thanks to Larry Thomas … Continue reading
Jay Lehr, PhD: “After two decades of huge subsidies for wind energy, nowhere in the world has an array of wind turbines replaced a single conventional power plant.“ Two scorching days here along the Allegheny Front and the turbine blades … Continue reading
We thank Mr. John Terry for allowing us to post his most recent video. When asked to introduce “A Cluttered Sky,” Mr. Terry provided the following comments: “There are a lot of assumptions regarding wind energy. Some of these are … Continue reading
AT Note: This important letter has appeared in several publications, and we thank Mr. Bambacus for granting permission to post here: The Exploitation of Our Region’s Natural Resources Consider this for a moment: The City of Frostburg is providing city … Continue reading
AT Note: Following is the text of a recent letter sent to the newly elected Garrett County (Maryland) Commissioners by Mr. John Bambacus. We thank Mr. Bambacus for allowing us to post. Commissioners-elect Raley, Crawford and Gatto Nearly two years … Continue reading
“Now is a good time to consider the massive misinformation campaign wind power proponents have whipped up in the mountains.”
Daren Bakst writes at StarNews Online: ‘Extremists’ push wind power regardless of the cost Mr. Bask, in his article focusing on North Carolina suggests, “While most attention has focused on mountain ridgelines, there’s been little focus on massive industrial wind … Continue reading
I got this great idea … we’ll stick 186,000 wind turbines the size of 747′s along the whole Appalachian Trail. Won’t it be cool?
Further scary thoughts on the cumulative impact of industrial wind from George Will: “The amount of electricity that would be produced by wind turbines extending the entire 2,178 miles of the Appalachian Trail can be produced by four reactors occupying … Continue reading
Allegheny Treasures comments on West Virginia Public Service Commission siting approval for Mineral County, WV.
First, a disclaimer. Allegheny Treasures, while supporting the philosophy of groups opposing industrial wind as a viable source of the country’s energy needs, has no direct relationship to any citizen group. This blog is an amateur effort formed simply to … Continue reading
Information to share: The document embedded below for your convenience arrived today. Accompanying Southern California Edison’s Supplement to Advice 2333-E, Implementation of Affiliate Transaction Rules With Respect to the Creation of 12 Affiliates submission to the California Public Utilities Commission, … Continue reading