Unreliability of Wind

19 01, 2024

Bridge Michigan: State board OKs petition to repeal Michigan renewable energy siting law

2024-01-24T13:06:21-05:00January 19th, 2024|Conflict of Interest, Martis, Media Coverage, Unreliability of Wind|

by Bridge Michigan LANSING—The Michigan Board of State Canvassers on Friday approved summary language for a proposed ballot initiative that aims to repeal a law that allows the state to override local rejections of large wind and solar projects. The bipartisan board’s 4-0 vote clears the way for the group Citizens for Local Choice to [...]

9 06, 2016

MasterResource: Wind Siting Rules: Kevon Martis Testimony to the Ohio Power Siting Board

2016-12-11T17:07:20-05:00June 9th, 2016|Martis, Media Coverage, Testimony, Unreliability of Wind|

Posted by Robert Bradley, Jr. MasterResource My name is Kevon Martis. I am the Executive Director of the Interstate Informed Citizens’ Coalition (IICC) of Blissfield MI. I am also a Senior Policy Fellow of the Energy and Environment Legal Institute in Washington DC... Now in my case, an error in turbine siting would potentially harm [...]

26 04, 2015

Indianapolis Star: Indiana wind power could get boost from new EPA rules

2015-04-27T10:50:49-04:00April 26th, 2015|Conflict of Interest, EPA Collusion, Media Coverage, Tanton, Unreliability of Wind|

by Jeff Swiatek Indianapolis Star Credit the ice ages for making Indiana a good place to turn wind into electricity. All that glacial action scoured flat the northern half of the state and sculpted the perfect terrain for wind turbines. A few million years later, the Environmental Protection Agency is about to use regulatory fiat [...]

12 11, 2014

Tanton – Reason: The Hidden Costs of Wind Power in California

2016-12-11T17:07:56-05:00November 12th, 2014|Media Coverage, Tanton, Unreliability of Wind|

by Tom Tanton Senior Fellow, Reason Director of Science and Technology Assessment, E&E Legal Intermittent renewable energy sources like wind and solar are growing in use largely because of government regulations, favorable tax treatment and mandates. However, they impose hidden “integration” costs on the electrical grid that are shifted to California consumers and utility companies [...]

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