The Society for Wind Vigilance

“– noise pollution may be a problem if turbines are situated close to centres of population.” – World Health Organization, Energy sustainable development and health, June 2004

Globally industrial wind turbine facilities are being erected at a record pace and are increasingly being sited close to human populations. Currently there are no authoritative guidelines for the siting of industrial wind turbines. Noise and setback requirements vary widely by jurisdiction. As a result there are victims who are reporting adverse health effects from exposure to industrial turbine facilities. In many cases families have had to abandon their homes to protect health.

Welcome to The Society for Wind Vigilance, advocates for authoritative guidelines for wind energy development to protect the health and safety of communities like yours.

January 11, 2010

The Society for Wind Vigilance has just released its Analysis entitled

Wind Energy Industry Acknowledgement

of

Adverse Health Effects

Click here to get the details.