Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Crisfield Wind Turbine Nearing Completion



10 comments:

Anonymous said...

How many homes is this supposed to power?

Anonymous said...

So is anyone talking notes??
How many local people are working on the contraction?
How many local businesses are contracted or sub-contracted for the construction?
Once completed, how many local people, companies, or businesses will be used?

Anonymous said...

It won't power homes. It will provide power to the water / sewer treatment plant. It will be a great addition to the town. Nice to see Crisfield (of all places) leading the way for alternative energy. Will it ultimately be successful? Who knows? But you'll never know until you try. I'm sure it will bring a few lookey loos into town which is a good thing. Hopefully they'll stay for a meal at one of our eateries and maybe check out a gift shop or two. Kudos to the town of Crisfield.

Anonymous said...

None, none and none.

Anonymous said...

It's not even close to being complete. Complete means it's actually on line and working. I doubt if anyone could even predict when this nightmare will actually be generating any electricity. A whole lot of work remains before this puppy will light even one light bulb.

Anonymous said...

Visitors will not linger long after they hear the noise and deal with the flicker. Enjoy the ill effects Crisfield and you will never see a reduction in your electric bill or taxes.

Anonymous said...

10:04. I hope you are wrong about the "noise and flicker". But we'll see soon enough. As to taxes and electric bills, I don't believe we were promised any reductions. Hopefully the money saved by the town will go to other needed infrastructure improvements.

Anonymous said...

This is some sort of an appeasement but I haven't figured out yet who it appeases.In most cases funding has to be used for SOMETHING,even if it makes little or no sense.5:33-I seriously doubt that you will experience reductions of any type.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Visitors will not linger long after they hear the noise and deal with the flicker. Enjoy the ill effects Crisfield and you will never see a reduction in your electric bill or taxes.

September 20, 2016 at 10:04 PM

Guess what DUMMY!! There is no noise, there is no flicker, there is no dead animals and it is actually a great thing as it will generated electricity and the extra generated will be sold back to the power company. It is predicted to be paid off in 2 years.

Anonymous said...

You dumb idiots are too stupid to understand this isn't for the residents. The electric generated will be for the water and sewer plant only.