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4/28/10 Would you like some shadow flicker with your morning coffee?

Click on the image below to see what wind turbine shadow flicker is like at 6:30 in the morning in a PSC approved wind project in Fond du Lac County Wisconsin. This was filmed on April 28th, 2010.

The family living in this home knew nothing about wind turbine shadow flicker until the day it started to hit their home. There are three turbines, each 40 stories tall, within 1500 feet of their door. They get shadow flicker in the morning and in the evening. The only thing they can do is pull down all the shades and turn on the lights.


Posted on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 at 06:35PM by Registered CommenterThe BPRC Research Nerd | Comments Off

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