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    That would be a great comparison to one day of figures. It's like comparing gas mileage going down hill on one trip....
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    Unfortunate the last comment from Wyatt was removed, He said it well and supported the condors - the once revived species which were given the ability to be "taken" meaning harassed, killed, or injured by "green" technology. Ironic and pathetic...
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    As we continue to track these stories, it seems we're trying to stuff square pegs in round holes. The reason for stating this is while reading the February 19, 2013 KCET Rewire article 'Federal agency slammed over 'secretive' eagle-wind energy...
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    Although the Mayor made mention of renewable energy several times, used the terms energy efficiency, cleaner, greener, more sustainable, reducing our carbon footprint and setting a precendent, this is surprising for one key reason, but hopefully intentional. The Mayor made...
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    This sounds favorable but somewhat confusing. This project lies in Kern County, CA and code for wind turbine sites require either security fencing around each turbine or the entire site fenced, whether on private land or public. Although species are...
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    That's huge news for L.A. and the mayor to discuss at the green cities event. Perhaps soon LADWP will proceed with the Pine Canyon Wind Project estimated to be constructed on up to 12,000 additional acres in prestine mountain terrain...
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    Well the comment is sweet, well rehearsed, and we appreciate your efforts. Kern County cares too, after providing Alternate C on April 27, 2011 for comments to reduce 23 turbines in the most environmentally sensitive areas. Lets recall the Pine...
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    Only one month and one death, what a shame... Was this a 'review' or 'pre-approval' by the Lead Agency? July 26, 2011 - Memo from NextEra to Planning Director 'Any reduction in the production of MWh (be it through curtailment,...
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  • Comment
    That would be a great comparison to one day of figures. It's like comparing gas mileage going down hill on one trip....
  • Comment
    Unfortunate the last comment from Wyatt was removed, He said it well and supported the condors - the once revived species which were given the ability to be "taken" meaning harassed, killed, or injured by "green" technology. Ironic and pathetic...
  • Comment
    As we continue to track these stories, it seems we're trying to stuff square pegs in round holes. The reason for stating this is while reading the February 19, 2013 KCET Rewire article 'Federal agency slammed over 'secretive' eagle-wind energy...
  • Comment
    Although the Mayor made mention of renewable energy several times, used the terms energy efficiency, cleaner, greener, more sustainable, reducing our carbon footprint and setting a precendent, this is surprising for one key reason, but hopefully intentional. The Mayor made...
  • Comment
    This sounds favorable but somewhat confusing. This project lies in Kern County, CA and code for wind turbine sites require either security fencing around each turbine or the entire site fenced, whether on private land or public. Although species are...
  • Comment
    That's huge news for L.A. and the mayor to discuss at the green cities event. Perhaps soon LADWP will proceed with the Pine Canyon Wind Project estimated to be constructed on up to 12,000 additional acres in prestine mountain terrain...
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    Well the comment is sweet, well rehearsed, and we appreciate your efforts. Kern County cares too, after providing Alternate C on April 27, 2011 for comments to reduce 23 turbines in the most environmentally sensitive areas. Lets recall the Pine...
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    Only one month and one death, what a shame... Was this a 'review' or 'pre-approval' by the Lead Agency? July 26, 2011 - Memo from NextEra to Planning Director 'Any reduction in the production of MWh (be it through curtailment,...
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