Huron East expresses concern with ice throw, transmission line route

 By Susan Hundertmark, Mitchell Advocate
Concerns about industrial wind turbine setbacks, ice throw and the proposed route for the transmission line will be included in a letter from Huron East council to St. Columban Energy LP, council decided at its April 3 meeting.  Clerk-Administrator Brad Knight told councillors that a staff review of St. Columban Energy’s Construction Report and Design/Operations Report brought up concerns about turbines 9 and 10, whose road allowance setbacks were both less than 100 metres.  Read article

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2 Responses to Huron East expresses concern with ice throw, transmission line route

  1. barbara says:

    Bird bone fragments are just as dangerous as ice fragments when thrown by IWTs but this is never acknowledged by proponents of IWTs. This can happen during any season of the year.

    • barbara says:

      Put some chicken bones in a blender or food processor turn it on and see what happens.By the way this is why fan blades are required to have guards so fingers don’t get cut off. IWT blades are fan blades as well.

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