This is precisely the strategy that does not work in Vermont. Keep it up and you'll make the world safe from wind energy, at least in Vermont. At some point you might want to factor in that these are huge machines that do not belong near where people live. Time to get real, folks. Neighbors of these proposals, who get labelled as "opponents" do not want to live near them, and for good reason.
The RCBC Waste To Energy System is the only economically viable solution for eliminating municipal solid waste, that is commercially available today, and has been proven to meet air quality standards. * The RCBC Waste To Energy System can deliver a “No-Landfill” means of eliminating municipal garbage while producing income more than sufficient to pay for itself. The System accepts municipal solid waste (garbage), extracts recyclable materials and combusts the remainder to create steam that drives a standard turbine-generator to make electricity. The system reduces the garbage to an inert ash to produce a product that can be used as construction fill or soil improvement while producing recyclable materials and clean electric energy to be sold.
Maybe if these developers didn't buy property on forested, residential land there wouldn't be such push-back from residents who made the biggest investment of their life just to find a solar power plant in their backyard. In Sturbridge's case, the Zoning By Laws are permissive and do not allow for industrial use in residential zones.