Articles Tagged With ‘wind energy’

SLO County fishing industry in peril, judge to consider injunction

By KAREN VELIE Fishermen from Morro Bay and Port San Luis are seeking a preliminary injunction to stop wind energy companies from surveying the ocean floor. Local fishermen report catch numbers are down 67% to 70% since one company recently... (Continue reading)

Recognize wind energy’s attempts to manipulate SLO County residents

Opinion by REACT Alliance President Mandy Davis Last Saturday, KSBY reported on REACT Alliance’s very successful Save Our Seas event in Morro Bay. In response to an inquiry on the story from KSBY, Equinor, one of the three offshore wind lease holders,... (Continue reading)

This week’s San Luis Obispo County government meetings

By CalCoastNews staff The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors will meet at 9 a.m. on Feb. 27 at the county building. In an attempt to slow losses affiliated with the cannabis industry, under Item 1 on the agenda... (Continue reading)

Reduce fossil fuel impacts, support wind energy

Opinion by Dr. Ray Weymann A Jan. 11 piece in the CalCoastNews by Mr. Robert Sidenberg described opposition to the development of a wind farm off the coast of Morro Bay. It contained some misleading, as well as some factually... (Continue reading)

Help us save Morro Bay and Port San Luis

By ROBERT SIDENBERG The Morro Bay wind farm project is moving forward at a rapid pace regardless of the numerous negative impacts this will have on the marine life and our communities. Port San Luis is being considered as a... (Continue reading)

Who will benefit from Morro Bay wind energy job creation?

By KAREN VELIE A proposed wind energy project in Morro Bay will create 24,000 jobs during construction, primarily for people who do not live on the Central Coast, according to a new report by two professors at Cal Poly’s Orfalea... (Continue reading)

Offshore wind projects bring gale-force concerns

OPINION by JULIE TACKER If you’ve lived on the Central Coast for a length of time, you’ll remember the seismic testing project proposed in 2012 for PG&E’s Diablo Canyon license extension. Just as the project was winding its way through... (Continue reading)