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Featured Video Close More Video Ontario has a new Long Term Energy Plan. The problem with long term outlooks is that, in the words of economist John Maynard Keynes, in the long run we are all dead. Keynes himself is long dead, but his message endures:
Lecturer in Manufacturing Engineering Tripos at University of Cambridge The government has announced that the final prices paid to generators of solar, onshore and offshore wind would change to favour offshore wind at the expense of the others. While
Inside a Statehouse hearing room, Neil Andersen could only try to explain how a wind turbine affected the past four years of his life in Falmouth. He spoke of the restless nights, the humming and the headaches, the bad memories and memory loss. And
The north turbine is down for maintenance after a routine inspection found its foundation to be slightly off-level. Each of Fairhaven's turbines are secured into the ground with bedrock anchors that stick through three feet of soil and attach to the
PhD candidate in psychological medicine at University of Auckland Despite at least 19 reviews of the scientific evidence universally concluding that exposure to wind farm sound doesn't trigger adverse health effects, people continue to report feeling
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund has bought a US$55 million stake in unlisted US wind turbine maker Ogin Inc. The Super Fund investment will give Waltham, Massachusetts-based start-up Ogin capital to grow before going public. The fund's investment
But this health risk has been covered up ever since, denounces the Foundation...The onus is on them, and on the health authorities, to prove a positive, argues the Foundation. Like any product, it must be tested to be safe before it is sold, says Dr.
Wyoming. Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of Fortune 250 company Duke Energy, admitted to killing more than 160 birds, including 14 golden eagles and 149 other protected birds, between 2009 and 2013 at two of its commercial wind projects, "
Britain faces difficult choices about its future energy supplies yet every proposal meets strenuous, sometimes hostile, objections. For The Editors, a programme that sets out to ask challenging questions, I wanted to find out why everyone was so
The Daily Star Today's policies to combat climate change cost much more than the benefits they produce. Unfortunately, bad political choices often make these policies even less cost-effective. Consider the European Union's 20-20 policy, which targets