As this Forbes article reports, “Wind farm ‘needs 700 times more land’ than fracking site to produce same energy.” Markets are about supply and demand, and all things being equal, why would somebody choose to buy a home with an industrial wind farm nea… Read more »
The wind industry is growing rapidly, and tax credits are based partly on production. The more megawatts generated, the more the state pays. And how many megawatts are produced depends partly on something that nobody can control or predict — the wind.… Read more »
Renewables drain our resources. Conservationists summarize their environmental destruction.
It is inappropriate for the industrial wind projects that impact Oklahoma’s Tallgrass Prairie to be labeled as “green” when they negatively impact the largest patch of unplowed tallgrass prairie left in North America. The Nature Conservancy is c… Read more »