Posts Tagged ‘decide’

The fate of the Northwesta s largest energy provider may decide future of our salmon

Across the Pacific Northwest and the nation, people have competing visions for the Columbia River Basin and its iconic salmon runs. Reconciling their many visions, addressing climate change and protecting the salmon and its ecosystems is our challenge for the rest of the century. View full post on Wind Power News

The American people – not Big Oil – must decide our climate future | Senator Bernie Sanders and Mark Jacobson

We must aggressively transition our energy system away from fossil fuels and toward clean, renewable energy solutions. And we need to do so now The debate facing our world today is not whether we need to address climate change. That debate is far, far behind us. The issue is how to address climate change – […]

Parishville town council members decide not to impose moratorium on wind energy development

Following heated debate and much discussion, Town Council members decided not to move forward with a one-year moratorium on the wind energy development proposed by Avangrid Renewables during a special meeting Friday night. Approximately 60 people attended the special meeting. View full post on Wind Power News

West Berkshire and Wokingham to gain the power to decide on any new windfarms

The Government is changing the law to give local communities the final say over planning decisions for new onshore wind farms. Wind turbines will only get the go-ahead if the local community has made it clear they support onshore wind projects in their area. View full post on Wind Power News

What makes scenery worth protecting? Wind developer asks Maine’s top court to decide

The developer of the 16-turbine Bowers Mountain wind power project near eight lakes with special scenic designation argued Wednesday to Maine’s highest court that regulators erred in considering the project’s collective effect on the lakes. Juliet Brown, the attorney for SunEdison-owned Champlain Wind, argued Wednesday before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court that the Maine Department […]