Farmers ‘Hosting’ Wind Turbines Face Massive Clean Up Bills & Other Legal Liability

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wind turbine host

When the wind industry fiasco inevitable grinds to a halt sometime in the next decade, those that entertained it – be it dimwitted farmers who traded 30 pieces of silver to destroy their communities or the local governments that rubber stamped the DAs that permitted it – are going to be left with a monumental clean up bill.

Hence the move in Britain to force (deliberately worthless) wind power outfits to set aside hundreds of £millions to remove the rusting wreckage when the subsidies run out and/or these things collapse or fail:

Brits to Force £2 Wind Power Outfits to Hold £Millions in Reserve to Pay Damages to Victims & for Decommissioning

The Draft Bill (the subject of the post above) aimed at ensuring that wind farm victims can collect their damages claims; and that the whole pointless mess is cleaned up is available here: Public Nuisance from Wind Farms…

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Farmers ‘Hosting’ Wind Turbines Face Massive Clean Up Bills & Other Legal Liability

Renewable Industry’s Giant Battery Claims Unplugged

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South Australia’s head count mounts …

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With Californian carpet-bagger, Elon Musk swooping on South Australia to scoop up as much as he can of the $550 million its hapless Labor government is about to squander on non-fixes for its self-inflicted wind power disaster, it’s time to put pen to paper to work out just how risible is SA’s plan to rely on giant batteries. Here’s Paul Miskelly and Tom Quirk crunching the numbers.

South Australia – a Renewable State?
Watts up with that?
Paul Miskelly and Tom Quirk
15 March 2017

With $90 billion spent on batteries and 4,000 MW of more wind farms, South Australia could be a totally renewable state, at least for electricity.

South Australia along with one or two other states has been described by Al Gore as the canary in the coal mine for climate change and renewable energy. This interesting comparison was rewarded…

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Renewable Industry’s Giant Battery Claims Unplugged