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March 3, 2021

2/23/2021 10:18:00 AM
Green Energy is Dirty Business

Dear Editor;
Why do you think the huge energy monopolies and attendant industrial energy propagators are choosing to exploit lands in Wisconsin and especially SW Wisconsin?
Certainly, it is for their gain and at our expense. This is the unbridled plan given to them by our state legislature, our local bodies of government, and by the very few people that hope to capitalize on the soft oversight of government.
We can see some of the so-called Green Energy backers as nothing more than fronts for the energy consortium. If you look at where their support comes from, you will find core dollars from the energy companies flow directly into the coffers of the Green Energy groups. That is why, when you look at the Public Service Commission's approval rate for almost 100% of the Green Energy initiatives in Wisconsin are rubber-stamped by the PSC. How can that be?
One core reason is the lax oversight of every level of government that should be protecting their citizens, are absent of strong administration and should certainly not offering the public as virgin heifers for the neighbor's bull.
If questions of misconduct or accountability or honest mistakes are asked, we are labeled 'complainers' by members of the Iowa County Board. Hillary Clinton called her detractors "deplorables." I gather we are somewhere in that middle.
The problems brought forth by these industrial Green Energy plans are not from the actions of the 'complainers.' They are problems dropped on our doorstep by the energy monopolies and the elite few that happen to disrespect our community at large. The costs of the carpetbaggers are again burdened by the harmed.
Alan Jewell
Dodgeville, WI

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