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Arecleoch Extension Private Water Supplies Inquiry

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Windfarm Appeals and Hearings. By Dr Rachel Connor  Outline S of C Arecleoch.23.11.20 pdf Inquiry Report Statement in Respect of the Assessment of PWS CD23.54 SCRC 41 Precognition of Dr Rachel Connor I know some of you have Appeals coming up soon , so thought it might be helpful to gain from my experience at […]

Arecleoch Extension Inquiry Topic 5 Noise including Infrasound and Low Frequency Noise

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Electricity Act 1989 Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Acts 1997, 2006 and 2019 PROPOSED ARECLEOCH S36 WIND FARM EXTENSION ECU Reference: ECU00001864 SAC Ref: 19/00658/DEEM  DPEA Ref: WIN-370-2 Topic 5 Noise including Infrasound and Low Frequency Noise Of relevance and background is this paper published by Dr John Yelland This Precognition details our evidence on […]

Wind Energy’s Absurd at work again – helping us to understand why the National Grid is a shambles and why our energy security is at risk

Posted Category: Energy Security, News

Wind Energy’s Absurd facebook post: Well, here we have it, folks – it’s official; it’s the Shambles in Green. Over the years and increasingly, we’ve had grid engineers and ex grid engineers warning in the strongest terms that the grid and the systems connected with the grid were not going to be fit for purpose, […]

Constraint Payments for Wind Turbines: A wind farce which must be brought to an end. Analysis by WEA and REF

Posted Category: Constraint Payments, Energy Security, News

Wind Energy’s Absurd Facebook posting, below, inspired by this letter from Lyndsey Ward in the John O’Groat Journal explains the disgraceful situation: “When a truth bomb drops the ripples should spread out far  and wide. It is down to us, all of us who seek to expose the absurdity of wind, to make it happen. […]

RENEWABLE ENERGY the case for a balanced approach

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  Increasingly, Scotland is being transformed into an industrial wasteland by ill-considered and thoughtless wind farm developments which provide little benefit to local residents. Introduction It is generally accepted that climate change is of major concern to many people and, during the 2019 United Kingdom General Election it has certainly been a significant topic for […]

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 -Skrivelse till EU-politiska grupperingar engelsk version-2 Ove-Svar-All-EU-political-groups-engelsk-version.pdf  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 review-noise-bio-effects-eng (002) But the indirect climate […]

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

Posted Category: Health, Low Frequency Noise, Wind turbine Noise

This update includes: Irish Court Judgement on 12th December 2019 and Summary of Finish Study  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 […]

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 […]