Shades of green

Shades of green

There are 1 comment on the Northern Michigan News story from May 28, 2014, titled Shades of green. In it, Northern Michigan News reports that:

NEXTera, the developer planning a wind farm in Wexford and Osceola counties, has done well with the federal Production Tax Credit, begun in 1992 to allow alternative energies to compete with big utilities.

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KeepTheQuiet

Thompsonville, MI

#1 May 30, 2014
We moved far away from the noise of the metro Detroit area, only to find out it will be almost across the street. Literally. The small amout of energy produced is not worth the visual and aural pollution that will result. Additionally, studies are inconclusive about adverse health effects. We don't want or need this.

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