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- Mighty River Power will shortly be partly publicly owned under an asset sales programme. No private investor in his right mind is going to countenance owning inefficient, noisy, obtrusive, extremely expensive, unpopular wind farms in residential areas to satisfy the whims of politicians wedded to thermogeddon.
Has Contact Energy left Mighty River Power at the bus stop by getting the jump on significant geothermal developments?
Looks like Mighty River Power is coming to it's senses and pursuing Geothermal, something it has undoubted expertise in - NZ Herald 11/3/2011Why was Mighty River Power mucking around with the Turitea wind farm, which should never have proceeded in the first place, instead of pursuing more viable and reliable options such as geothermal?
Is mighty River Power too arrogant to bail out gracefully while it can still save face?
3/ HOW MANY MEGA BUCKS HAVE BEEN SPENT ON THIS?
6/ CAN PNCC SUE IT"S LEGAL COUNSEL IF THEY ARE SUED BY MIGHTY RIVER POWER?
Mr McIntyre said a proliferation of wind towers adjacent to a property had the same effect as high-voltage power lines, rubbish tips, piggeries, hatcheries and sewage treatment plants.
But wait, there's more - Noise standards paving the way for billion-dollar wind-farm developments across the country are biased and should be ripped up, academics say.
*Who’s who on wind panel - BLATANT CORRUPTION
Committee and bring in
"Yes" men to get what you
The secret is out! Chiles refused to divulge this information to the Board of Enquiry when asked.
Nevil Hegley, consultant.
Wind Energy Association and Energy
Efficiency Conservation Authority.
Letters here, pages 20 and 22.
Note the discrepancy in the whitewash from NZ Standards on page 22 where the 12 members of the committee came from 11 organisations. No mention that one organisation provided two members for the committee. Guess which one.
Professor Dickinson a dissenting acoustics expert on the panel has trashed Clark and his merry band of burglars.
"Dickinson said the prediction for wind farm noise in the NZ standard will always under-predict the noise by 20 decibels, adding that the ISO standard for this noise was written for application in buildings, not specifically for wind farms.
However, the final word goes to Rapley, who suspects that the country's noise standards have been made as "blindingly, scientifically stupid as practically possible to make it as confusing as possible to regulate, which allows people to make it as noisy as they want".