NVE har godkjent vindkraft på Kvitvola/Gråhøgda.

Da er det et faktum at NVE har godkjent konsesjonssøknaden om vindkraft på Kvitvola/Gråhøgda. For mer info se link'en under.

 

http://www.nve.no/no/Konsesjoner/Konsesjonssaker/Vindkraft/?soknad=2100&type=56

 

Volbrenna, 31. jan. 2014, Rune Hamre, web-redaktør

Svenske synspunkter:

http://www.svd.se/opinion/brannpunkt/stoppa-stodet-till-vindkraften_8101934.svd?utm_source=sharing&utm_medium=clipboard&utm_campaign=20130419


Se også Facebook Vindkraft i Osen? 

http://www.facebook.com/VindkraftIOsen

Se også Facebook
Nei til vindmøller på
Kvitvola   http://www.facebook.com/groups/143444592412181/

Forhandlingsutvalg - utbyggingsavtale for Kvitvola/Gråhøgda vindkraftverk

Formannskapet vedtok sammensetningen av forhandlingsutvalget som skal innlede forhandlinger om en eventuell utbyggingsavtale for Kvitvola/Gråhøgda vindkraftverk.

I formannskapsmøte 27/3-12, sak 12/62 ble det fattet følgende enstemmige vedtak:

1. Engerdal kommune innleder forhandlinger om en utbyggingsavtale for Kvitvola/Gråhøgda vindkraftverk

2. Det settes ned et forhandlingsutvalg bestående av følgende personer: Ordfører Lars Erik Hyllvang, representant fra opposisjonen Lage Trangsrud, rådmann Håvard Haug og en juridisk rådgiver.

3. Engerdal kommune kjøper juridisk bistand til forberedelser og gjennomføring av forhandlinger knyttet til utbyggingsavtale.

4. Dekning av kommunens planleggingskostnader og juridisk/sakkyndig bistand legges inn som et overordnet krav i forhandlingene om utbyggingsavtale.

Mandag 16/4 kl 12 vil det bli avholdt et møte mellom Austri vind A/S og Engerdal kommune v/Forhandlingsutvalget oppnevnt av formannskapet. Formålet med møtet å legge opp et løp i forhold til forhandlinger rundt et eventuelt framtidig vindkraftverk i Engerdal. En ønsker å avklare tidsramme for forhandlingene, møtedatoer m.m. framover, og diskutere det praktiske opplegget rundt forhandlingene.

 


Her er et lite utvalg videofilmer om planlagte og eksisterende vindmøller:















Positive & Negative Effects of a Wind Farm on a Community

  1. Noise Pollution

    • Wind turbines, when turning, make a distinctive noise that has proven disturbing to people who live near them. The noise can travel as far as a mile and during windy seasons is ceaseless. The EPA claims that this noise may reach high enough decibels to disturb sleep.

    Environmental Benefit

    • The generation of electricity from a renewable energy source benefits not only the local but also the global environments. Areas that use wind power enjoy a significantly lower level of air- and water-pollutant contamination. Land is also less damaged than by mining operations and damming of waterways.

    Environmental Adverse Impacts

    • The construction of wind farms has a direct effect on wildlife population and conservation. Bat and bird populations in areas where wind farms are built are significantly damaged, and their migration patterns disrupted. Farmlands become scarred by roadways that must be built to and from each individual turbine.

    Negative Economic Impact

    • Property values in areas where wind turbines are located significantly decrease because of the resulting noise and because of the negative visual impact they have on landscaping. According to Mountain Communities for Responsible Energy, areas of Scotland which once enjoyed a rich tourist industry because of their landscaping have experienced a significant decline in tourism revenue as a direct result of wind farming on their ridges.

    Economic Benefit

    • The local economy does benefit from the construction of a wind farm in the community. This stimulation occurs in the creation of renewable employment; most wind farms will require some local management and maintenance. The local individuals receive substantial income from land rent paid by the power company, and in turn some of this income is put back into the local schools through taxes. During construction, a local area benefits from the money spent in local businesses by those working on site construction.

    Local Roads

    • Local roads are temporarily damaged by the heavy traffic and weight loads they bear during construction. Most areas, however, see significant road reconstruction after the wind farm is completed, which leaves the roads in better condition than they were before the project began.



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