Wind companies try and “sell their insane green dream to real people”? ….. give it up guys!!!!!!

Posted: March 9, 2013 in Uncategorized

The 4th Annual FIT Conference in Toronto on April 3rd and 4th is all wrapped up in a glossy and expensive presentation package that actually tries to make an insane idea look legitimate.

One doesn’t have to scrape to far through the surface of this sham to uncover what it’s all about. With our present Government’s backing this suck and blow-fest is just another workshop for parasites to cash in on the Ontario electrical consumers massive financial burden to buy useless and unrequired Wind generated BS electrical power!

This is nothing more than a tool to wind their way through the Feed In Tariff process on how to guarantee decades of unrelenting blood letting (money sucking) contracts to pad pockets of “investors” who want something for nothing. Nice gig if you can get it I guess!

Covered over in a green slimy aura of “Earth Saving and sustainable development” this group should actually be outlawed to even appear in public let alone be covered by any mainstream news outlet!

Peter Kent

 And if you even wondered if the Federal Government has anything to do with this then notice that the Keynote Speaker for this conference is none other than our very own anti-U.N. Minister of Energy Peter Kent!
If there ever was a complete list of  “players” who are driving this Province into absolute financial devastation and prolonging a destructive and hostile environment for healthy financial future, this is the place to look at!
If you think this rant is all about some mystical opinion from a disillusioned past-their- prime “environmentalist”, don’t take my word for it…..READ ON!!!!!!!!

Green Fantasies, Hard Realities

February 28, 2013 at 1:56 pm

The only place wind energy is free and easy is in the minds of green activists.

power_of_the_sea

In the fantasy world inhabited by green activists, renewable energy sources are the future. If only fossil fuel companies would stop being self-interested, nasty, and mean, everything would be golden.

But in the real world, no matter what we try to accomplish, unexpected complications arise. Over the past few days alone, three important concerns have caught my eye with respect to wind energy. A University of Oslo magazine has published an article titled Windmills at sea can break like matches.

The surprising fact that waves generated by even small storms can destroy turbine columns 8 meters (26 feet) in diameter has mathematicians scratching their heads. Subheadings within that story read as follows:

  • Financial ruin
  • Unfortunate vibrations
  • Unrealistic calculations
  • Difficult mathematics
  • [backup link here]

Then there’s the news article out of Germany titled Wind park building noise ‘can kill porpoises. It turns out the hydraulic hammers used to install the “800-tonne steel base” required by each offshore wind turbine can damage the hearing of these marine mammals to such a degree that they become permanently disabled and eventually perish.

In Germany, there are rules about how much noise can be made underwater and the construction of offshore wind installations violates those rules. A technological solution has been developed – it’s called a bubble curtain – but complications connected to the deployment of these curtains can add €90,000 to the cost of each turbine (backup link).

According to a website run by the U.S. Department of the Interior:

Wind energy is a free, renewable resource, so no matter how much is used today, there will still be the same supply in the future. [bold in the original, backed up here]

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