Bird Fatalities

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U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service Imposes First-Ever Criminal Penalties For Bird Deaths Caused By Wind Projects

The first criminal case ever prosecuted under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) against a wind energy company for bird deaths resulted recently in Duke Energy Renewables (Duke Energy) reaching a settlement with the U.S....more

Renewable Energy Update -- May 24, 2013

Renewable Energy Focus - Insights into renewables and the grid from Congress: GreenTech Policy News - May 13 A House of Representatives subcommittee hearing produced insights into how safe renewables are for the U.S....more

The New 2013 Eagle Conservation Plan Guidance: Certainty for the Industry or Dust in the Wind?

The new Eagle Conservation Plan Guidance issued by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (“FWS”) presents an interesting question for wind project developers and operators – does it really provide greater certainty and reduce...more

Renewable Energy Update -- February 6, 2013

In This Issue: Renewable Energy Focus - All energy, including renewables, impact water resources; 7 projects looking to use big data to cut the cost of solar power; Cape Wind might land federal loan; Ralls sues to void...more

Wind Projects: Bald Eagles Don't Surf

One would think that preliminary estimates of bird fatalities at a proposed 78 MW wind farm in southeastern Minnesota were hardly news. After all, there are over 60,000 MW of wind energy installed in the United States. But...more

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