New Hampshire

Iberdrola’s Groton Wind Violations in New Hampshire

Groton Wind, a 48-MW Iberdrola project that went into service Dec 31, was cited by residents as being in violation of the certificate granted by the State for relocating the O&M building 500+ feet from the original location. The State AG office recommended the project cease operation until the violation is corrected. A pre-hearing conference is … Continue reading

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No permits filed with state for Wild Meadows wind project

http://www.unionleader.com/article/20130606/NEWS02/130609559&source=RSS June 05. 2013 9:11PM By DAN SEUFERT Union Leader Correspondent ALEXANDRIA — The Spain-based wind-power company that drew public outcry with its proposed wind farm project for the ridgelines near Newfound Lake and Mount Cardigan has not filed for permits for the project with the state. Last fall, Iberdrola Renewables approached the towns of Alexandria, … Continue reading

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Wind Farm Brings Relief For Taxpayers in Groton, But Not Lempster. And Grafton?

http://stateimpact.npr.org/new-hampshire/2012/11/14/wind-farm-means-relief-for-grotons-tax-payers-but-not-lempsters-what-could-it-mean-for-grafton/ November 14, 2012 | 4:40 PM By Emily Corwin Residents of Grafton gathered Tuesday night for a town-hall style meeting hosted by the Spanish renewable energy company Iberdrola. The company is hoping to build a wind farm in Grafton, and has already developed wind farms in Groton and Lempster. One of the selling points … Continue reading

New Hampshire

Newfound Voters Reject Wind Farms

http://nhpr.org/term/wild-meadows-wind-project Wild Meadows Wind Project Tue March 12, 2013 New Hampshire Wind Watch has signs sprinkled around the region. Opposing green “Yes” signs have been distributed by Iberdrola, and can be found in front of a few homes as well. By Sam Evans-Brown It’s town meeting season. Around Newfound Lake Several towns are contemplating non-binding … Continue reading