Editor’s note: In an article unsubtly titled “Wind Industry Big Lies,” British journalist James Delingpole zeroes in on Big Wind’s biggest lie of all:
And there’s no direct evidence that they affect house prices, in fact the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors says they don’t.”
—RenewableUK (aka British Wind Energy Association)
“This,” indignantly responds Delingpole, going for the jugular, “is a quote—a genuine quote: not one devised by his enemies to satirise the outrageous absurdity of the wind industry’s specious claims—from Maf Smith, Deputy Chief of the wind industry propaganda arm RenewableUK [formerly called the British Wind Energy Association]. I suppose how far it qualifies as a lie depends on how you construe that weasel phrase ‘direct evidence.’ Evidence of one kind or another there certainly is aplenty.” There is indeed, and Delingpole goes on to provide it. Click here to read Delingpole’s article.
In the article, below, veteran Chicago property appraiser, Michael McCann, adds his own rebuttal to RenewableUK’s deceit.