Wind Power Setting the World on Fire: Infigen Sparks Devastating NSW Bushfire

On 17 January 2017, wind farm operator Infigen sparked a blaze that ripped across the southern Tablelands of NSW and destroyed 3,400 hectares (8,400 acres), hundreds of sheep and cattle, sheds and at least one home. STT’s operatives in NSW have been on the scene, collecting photographs and speaking with local landowners about the cause […]

Unwilling Turbine Hosts Tell Senate: Australia’s Most Notorious Wind Power Outfit – Infigen – a Team of Bullies, Liars & Thugs

**** Lies, treachery and deceit are the hallmarks of the wind industry – fraud of all manner of descriptions is de rigueur for wind power outfits; and whether it’s bribery and fraud; vote rigging scandals; tax fraud; investor fraud or REC fraud – crooks and corruption rule. These boys are the grand masters of fleecing […]

Unwilling Turbine Hosts Set to Revolt, as NSW Planning Minister – Pru Goward – Slams Spanish Fan Plans at Yass

**** Planning Minister, Pru Goward has just slammed the bag on Spanish backed wind-scammer, Epuron’s plans to carpet the rolling hills west of Yass, on the New South Wales tablelands, with giant fans. Epuron’s plans for the Yass Valley Wind farm go way back to 2009 and, had it ever got off the ground, would […]

David Mortimer, Turbine Host: An “Inconvenient” Wind Industry Fact

**** With Steven Cooper’s Cape Bridgewater study sending shock-waves through the wind industry around the world (see our posts here and here and here), the wind industry – always prickly when it comes to fronting up to “inconvenient” facts (see our post here) – is more defensive than ever. In Australia, one long-running “inconvenience” for […]

Alan Jones: Victims – Like Turbine Host David Mortimer – Vindicated by Steven Cooper’s Groundbreaking Wind Farm Study

David Mortimer – a turbine host (ie contracted farmer) for Infigen (see our post here) – was interviewed by Alan Jones on 2GB  last week. Alan, first gives great little wrap up of the evidence tying wind turbines to adverse health impacts, going back to Neil Kelley’s research in the 1980s and right up to […]