Analysis of the WHO Environmental Noise Guidelines for the European Region 2018 and wind power noise effects on man and the environment

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Ove -Svar All EU political groups engelsk version Ove -Skrivelse till EU-politiska grupperingar engelsk version-2 Appendix EU-grupperingar Engelsk version 2 Analys WHO EnviOve- WHO environmental Guidelines for Noise in Europe 2018 and windpower noise effects [10026] Ove-SUICIDES turbine_zou201710 Ove-Persinger Infrasound – human health -and adaptation art_10.1007_s11069-013-0827-3 Ove-infrasonic noise-induced neuronal impairment Kina Ove-WHO Ericksson Pershagen 2018 […]

Wind Turbine Noise and understanding the Spectrum of Noise, Infrasound and Low Frequency Noise (ILFN) and why ETSU-R-97 is unfit for purpose

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1. ETSU- R-97  I would like to explain why current ETSU-R-97 noise guidance (not legislation) will not protect windfarm neighbours from noise including Infrasound and Low Frequency Noise -ILFN. The public are not adequately protected by this out-dated guidance. Names we know, Marcus Trinick QC, Malcolm Hayes (Hayes McKenzie Partnership), Mark Jiggins (formerly of then […]

Impacts of Wind turbine construction on Hydrology and Geohydrology

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The ‘Request for Action 2004/35/CE‘ was lodged with the Scottish Government and agencies in July 2014. The Scottish Government response stated that SEPA is responsible for damage to the Water Environment: “In the Environmental Liability (Scotland) Regulations 2009 transpose the Environmental Liability Directive, article 7 of the 2009 regulations identify SEPA as the competent authority in respect […]

Panic about the future of used wind turbines

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Following the press release of the FED of February 5, 2019 announcing a complaint of the FED in constitution against the state, then our intervention with Bernadette Kaars administrator of the FED, before the commission of the national assembly, the FranceTVinfo issue of February 12, 2019, the rose pot has just been unveiled: The dismantling […]

Arecleoch Extension

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All Consultees, ELECTRICITY ACT 1989 THE ELECTRICITY WORKS (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2017 SCOPING OPINION REQUEST FOR PROPOSED SECTION 36 APPLICATION – ARECLEOCH EXTENSION WIND FARM NEAR BARRHILL IN THE LOCAL AUTHORITY AREA OF SOUTH AYRSHIRE COUNCIL AND DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY COUNCIL.  A formal request for a Scoping Opinion has been submitted to the Scottish […]

There are Serious Issues with Noise Exposure Assessment Related to Wind Turbines – WHO Noise Guidelines 2018

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WHO European noise-guidelines-10-10-2018  WHO Noise Guidelines with significance to wind turbines(Headlines) New WHO noise guidelines for Europe (press release): “Compared to previous WHO guidelines on noise, this version contains five significant developments: stronger evidence of the cardiovascular and metabolic effects of environmental noise; inclusion of new noise sources, namely wind turbine noise and leisure noise, […]

Constraint Payments

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https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/901016/Wind-farms-subsidies-Renewable-Energy-Foundation-National-Grid http://www.caithnesswindfarms.co.uk/Brief-explanation.pdf Brief explanation why wind generation constraint payments are not the same as other generation payments. When confronted with the scandalous cost of constraint payments to windfarms when their generation is surplus to requirement, the wind industry correctly points out that all generation technologies are constrained off from time to time and are all […]