Yesvy.Blogspot.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Yesvy.Blogspot.Com related to Wind Power. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Wind Power.

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All Media Count   6
News Count (W/Clustered)   0 (0.00%)
Distinct Stories   0
Blog Count   5 (83.33%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   1.83
Combined Polarization   6.86
Combined Activity   1.65
Combined Personalization   1.65
News Tone   0
Blog Tone   1.83
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   11/14/2012
Last Seen   8/6/2013
News/Social Ratio  0.00%
Attention/Loyalty  5 / 2952 days (0.17%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Peter Shumlin   33.33% (2)
Andrew Stein   33.33% (2)
Jeremy Blackman   16.67% (1)
Richard Trudell   16.67% (1)
Ernest Moniz   16.67% (1)

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Burlington Free   33.33% (2)
Us Energy Information Administration   33.33% (2)
Citizens Awareness Network   16.67% (1)
Green Energy Times   16.67% (1)
Sierra Club   16.67% (1)

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Related Worldwide Cities

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Lowell, Vermont, United States   33.33% (2)
Brattleboro, Vermont, United States   16.67% (1)
Hardwick, Vermont, United States   16.67% (1)
Vernon, Vermont, United States   16.67% (1)
Burlington, Vermont, United States   16.67% (1)

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Yesvy.Blogspot.Com   83.33% (5)

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Blog Posts

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Yes Vermont Yankee: Curtailment by any other name -- would be ordinary

...... : Andrew Stein has an article about Shumlin's letter at Vermont Digger. There are close to 100 comments. Many people realize that the grid operator had good reasons not to dispatch the wind power during the heat wave. For example, you might want to read the Burlington Free Press editorial: Not Ready for Prime Time. ( The idea is that renewables are not ready for prime time.) The Burlington ......

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Tone: 0.88%
Pol: 6.87%
Act: 28.52%
Per: 1.41%
Que: 15.79%
Exc: 2.63%

Yes Vermont Yankee: Vermont a more "dazzling" nuclear power producer than a solar producer: Guest post by Guy Page

...... 20% (give or take) intermittent power without risk of blackout, brownout, fires and damage. Even now, Green Mountain Power, Vermont's largest utility, is unable to sell all of its Lowell Wind power due to "curtailment" by ISO-New England. The planned fix - a synchronous condenser - is likely to improve, but not completely solve, this vexing problem. The technology for intermittent into ......

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Tone: 2.99%
Pol: 6.61%
Act: 23.01%
Per: 0.82%
Que: 6.90%
Exc: 0.00%

Yes Vermont Yankee: Nuclear is Green Energy: Guest Post by Guy Page

...... past a house with a prominent solar array, I began thinking about some comments the homeowner made to the media about the future of renewables. In particular, he cited some new solar and wind power construction statistics and concluded, "so much for the belief that green energy cannot replace nuclear." In one important sense low-carbon content nuclear power is already "green." The "lifecycle ......

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Tone: 1.66%
Pol: 5.66%
Act: 26.29%
Per: 1.33%
Que: 3.85%
Exc: 0.00%

Yes Vermont Yankee: Why the Rush to Industrial Wind Isn't Good for Vermont: The Press Conference

...... week that he was not completely opposed to the idea. The Digger article has a lengthy comment stream, including many comments by my friend Willem Post. Post is a world-wide authority on wind power and its problems. He has many excellent posts on wind power on The Energy Collective website. Thousands of people follow his posts there. He is also an occasional guest blogger on this blog. ------- ......

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Tone: 1.69%
Pol: 7.02%
Act: 21.79%
Per: 0.24%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 9.52%

Yes Vermont Yankee: Baseball, Reliable Power, and Vermont Yankee: Richard Trudell Guest Post

...... your team batting 0.800, it is unlikely you would kick them off the team that's just plain common sense. Some Vermonters still seem to think that with enough conservation, plus solar and wind power, we can replace Vermont Yankee's 620 baseload megawatts with a couple of rookies that that are batting at best 0.300, require state subsidies before they will even go to the locker room to suit up, ......

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Tone: 1.93%
Pol: 8.12%
Act: 29.59%
Per: 4.45%
Que: 5.00%
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