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Europe’s ‘Colossal Energy Disaster’

€5.7 trillion ‘Completely Wasted’ on Wind Power ‘Wishes’

When the wind industry and its worshippers start chanting their mantras about the ‘wonders’ of wind, it isn’t long before they start preaching about the examples purportedly set by the Europeans; and, in particular, the Nordic nations. The latter have seen economics hit back with a vengeance; wind power investment has thoroughly collapsed:

Read more … Europe’s ‘Colossal Energy Disaster’

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Wind turbines are unneccesary

Besides being unreliable, inefficient, unaffordable, unsightly and unwanted, wind turbines are also unnecessary. Many Ontarians are unaware the provincial government sold off surplus electricity to Michigan, New York and Quebec at a $1.1-billion loss for the first six months of this year.  Read more …..

Wind turbines unnecessary

Wind energy claim that it’s clean not true in Ontario context

If the provincial government continues to promote wind energy, as outlined in their 2013 Long Term Energy Plan, the increasing amounts of wind-generated electricity will cause CO2 emissions from Ontario’s electricity sector to double between 2016 and 2032. Read more…http://www.theobserver.ca/2015/09/25/letter-wind-energy-claim-that-its-clean-not-true-in-ontario-context

Down Wind Movie, Nov 13, 2014

C.O.R.E is presenting the movie “Down Wind” on Nov 13, 2014 at the Victoria Playhouse Petrolia (VPP) at 7:00 pm.  This compelling movie is about communities and people who are living with industrial wind turbines. Representatives from WAIT-PW will be available to explain and answer questions about the 46 industrial wind turbine project slated for the Plympton-Wyoming area.

Admission is FREE.

Donations will be greatly appreciated in support of the WAIT-PW legal fund.