Butler County, Ohio Bans Wind and Solar Projects in a Dozen Townships
The greatest advantage conventional energy always had besides being so concentrated and convenient to use is that its generation facilities are so small, that they almost disappear in the landscape. From a few miles away one would not know that a powerplant was nearby. Not so with solar and most certainly not with wind. Those contraptions are very widely visible and should not be where people live. And people wake up to that in many countries. Good luck with new projects.
The backlash against the encroachment of wind and solar projects continues. On June 23, the Butler County (Ohio) Board of Commissioners adopted a measure that designates a “restricted area&rdquo