The Wind Industry’s Need for Massive Subsidies: The Never Ending Story

**** Wind Power Is Intermittent, But Subsidies Are Eternal Wall Street Journal Tim Phillips 1 December 2014 “Tax credits have been essential to the economic viability of wind farms so far, but will not be needed within a few years.” So said Christopher Flavin, now president emeritus of the Worldwatch Institute – in 1984. Thirty […]

Institute for Energy Research Takes the Scalpel to the Great Wind Power Fraud

As time goes by, the number of crack energy market experts joining the effort to bring the great wind power fraud to its inevitable denouement – and the quality of their work directed at that fine and noble task – has increased exponentially. The American “Institute for Energy Research” has just released a brilliant piece […]

Jim O’Donnell: the Great Wind Power Fraud is a Rich Man’s Game & the Poor End Up Paying

The following talk by Jim O’Donnell, Professor Emeritus of Business and Economics, Huntington University, was given to the Huntington County Planning Commission. The Economics of Wind Energy huntingtonccc.org James O’Donnell 12 November 2014 Local Business & Economics Professor Urges Huntington County Plan Commission to Not Allow Wind Farms I’m speaking tonight as an adopted son […]