Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The Ugly Truth About Wind

Here's what a wind farm will look like in 25 years. Now try to get these eyesores removed and you'll find the decommissioning money has disappeared or was never properly appropriated to begin with. Do you think your local municipality could afford to pull these down? This double hit wreckage "complex" is in Hawaii and will likely curse the view for years. This is what many communities have signed up for while thinking the wind factory would be a plus for the community. And now - because of the Power NY Act of 2011 law - this hideousness will be FORCED onto NYS communities thanks to your state legislature. Be glad this monstrosity doesn't live near you.

Please pass this sight along and share it with as many people as you can. This is the ugly truth about wind.

Deralict wind turbines.
Photo acknowledgment – treedork, Flickr


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