In my wildest dreams I could never afford to buy an electric car. So we’re destroying Vermont’s ridgelines for rich people?
By the time electric cars become affordable for the masses, we will have found a better way of providing electricity than leveling our greatest asset. Hopefully, we will have evolved to the point that raping our mountaintops will seem barbaric.
Let’s not have 20/20 hindsight. It’s time for a moratorium on industrial wind now.
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