BP's Tatics in Cape Vincent Ny

Monday, July 16, 2018

Ontario government cancels 758 renewable energy contracts, says it will save millions

Solar House near Merrickville Ontario CA
 Ontario's new Progressive Conservative government is cancelling 758 renewable energy contracts, in what it says is an effort to reduce electricity bills in the province.

Energy Minister Greg Rickford said the move will save provincial ratepayers $790 million — a figure industry officials dispute, saying it will just mean job losses for small business.
Continue reading via this link to CBC NEWS

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Firm seeking wind permits in Chowan may be for sale

Source The Chowan Herald
Via the Daily Advance

 EDENTON — The Virginia-based wind energy company seeking permits to build a 40-turbine wind farm in Chowan County could potentially be sold to another company, a wind industry publication reported recently.

 Dahvi Wilson, senior director of public affairs for Apex Clean Energy, told Windpower Monthly in April that Apex is currently undergoing a “strategic review,” and an “M&A transaction is one of the potential outcomes of that review.” An “M&A transaction” would be a merger or acquisition.

 Continue reading via this link to the Daily Advance

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Mad River Wind Farm Impact Assessment Study

Background to preparation of white paper Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust first heard of a proposal for a wind energy facility in the Tug Hill towns of Worth and Redfield from media reports in 2017. Created in 1991 to protect lands important to the Tug Hill region’s undeveloped character and economy, the Land Trust is not opposed to the development of wind energy, but these media reports gave rise to concerns about this particular project.
http://www.tughill.org/publications/technical-issue-papers/

Sunday, June 3, 2018

More than 500 show up to anti-wind turbine meeting


It was standing room only at the Attica Fairgrounds, where more than 500 people discussed wind power.
A majority are wanting state leaders to hear their voices, and not allow wind turbines in their backyards.


"We've seen a large amount of support in these communities and from our landowners. We're looking forward to bringing these projects to Ohio and this region," stated APEX's Nate Pedder.

Continue reading via this link to NBC24.com news

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's wind farm push all about 2020 bid?

May. 25, 2018 - 3:11 - Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Robert Bryce on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's wind energy push in the state.



Link to original: http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/5789673372001/?#sp=show-clips

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Another Voice: State siting statute is rigged against local communities

From the Buffalo News

By Dennis C. Vacco
Article 10, a state statute enacted in 2011 was created to centralize the
decision-making process regarding the siting of large alternative energy projects.
The law was designed to create the illusion that local governments would still have
a voice in decisions which would affect land usage in their towns.
Unfortunately, the Article 10 siting process is rigged against local governments.
Continue reading via this link to the Buffalo News

Monday, May 14, 2018

U.S Attorney investigates major donor to Gov. Cuomo

The U.S attorneys' office in Manhattan is investigating Crystal Run Healthcare
for their donations to Governor Cuomo's campaign.
The Hudson Valley healthcare company received $25.4 million in state grants.
This followed a series of …

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Home Rule Chaos Reigns in NY – Towns Vote to Block Wind, Solar

In June 2014, New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, reaffirmed two lower court rulings that empowers townships and municipalities across the state to strip away property owners’ rights to allow drilling and other energy projects (see Shale Drilling in NY is Over – High Court Upholds Town Bans). NY’s high court ruled in the “Middlefield” and “Dryden” cases that local municipalities have the right to...
Continue reading via this link to Marcellus dilling news

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Plan to keep solar panels off farmland bolsters push for renewable energy goals

The latest call for renewable energy projects in New York comes
with a sweetener for companies that promise to steer clear of
farmland while installing solar panels or wind turbines across the state.
Continue reading via this link to Lowhud

Monday, April 30, 2018


Governor Cuomo ~
What is good enough for downstate
is good enough for us.

There is a petition being circulated concerning Governor Cuomo’s unfair Renewable energy policy. The petition describes how Governor Cuomo applies a double standard when it comes to Upstate versus Downstate.

To minimize adverse visual impacts from offshore wind development, Cuomo promised wealthy long Island beachfront residents that wind turbines would be so far offshore that, “Not even Superman standing on Montauk Point could see these wind farms .”

But for Jefferson County and other upstate communities Cuomo made no such promise to protect our beautiful Lake Ontario coastline .This is unjust, unethical and just plain wrong.

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s renewable energy policy has to be fair and equal for all - including working upstate middle class residents.


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The short  video clip below shows Cuomo giving his Superman speech during his state of the state address Jan.10,2017.

Video transcript: I'm calling on LIPA to approve a 90-Megawatt wind farm enough power to support 50,000 homes. They will not be visible from the beach they will be 30 miles southeast of Montauk.
Not even Superman standing on Montauk point could see these windfarms.