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Eric Rosenbloom

President

National Wind Watch Inc

Email: e***@***.org

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National Wind Watch Inc

63 West Hill Rd.

Charlemont, Massachusetts,01339

United States

Company Description

National Wind Watch® (NWW) is a coalition of groups and individuals working to save rural and wild places from heedless industrial wind energy development. Through its web site, NWW promotes awareness and documents the negative impacts of industrial-scale wind... more.

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Employment History

Staff Accountant

Ernst & Young LLP


Corporate Tax Intern

CBS News


Bookkeeper

Freelance Business Analyst


Accounting Intern

Joel Rada, CPA


Affiliations

AWEO.org

Founder


Web References(76 Total References)


WCAX.com: Sheffield wind project unveiled | Energize Vermont

energizevermont.org [cached]

"It's destroyed habitat, it's in a flyway, it's in prominent view coming down from Canada on I-91, it's a completely incongruous site, it just doesn't fit," said Eric Rosenbloom with the group National Wind Watch.
Governor Shumlin says he likes the way the towers look and says the project is just the start to meeting the state's future energy needs. "This is the beginning of what is really an exhaustive effort to build renewables as quickly as we know how," he said.


Why Not Wind [aweo.org]

www.aweo.org [cached]

Eric Rosenbloom
President, National Wind Watch, Inc. ( www.wind-watch.org) Mr Rosenbloom lives in Vermont, USA, where he works as a science editor, writer, and typographer. He has studied and written about wind energy since 2003. He was invited to join the board, and then elected President (a wholly volunteer position), of National Wind Watch in 2006, a year after it was founded by citizens from 10 states who met to share their concerns about the risks and impacts of wind energy development.


Health Effects of Noise from Large Wind Turbines [aweo.org]

www.aweo.org [cached]

"Health Effects of Noise from Large Wind Turbines," by Eric Rosenbloom
Health Effects of Noise from Large Wind Turbines [aweo.org] Health Effects of Noise from Large Wind Turbines Commissioned for and published in Wind Energy: A Reference Handbook, ABC-CLIO, 2014 Eric Rosenbloom Eric Rosenbloom is a medical sciences editor and writer. He has been President of National Wind Watch, a clearinghouse for news and research concerning industrial-scale wind power, since 2006.


Industrial Wind Energy Resources | Coalition for Sensible Siting, MN

www.coalitionforsensiblesiting.com [cached]

AWEO.org was established by Eric Rosenbloom in 2005.
He went to become the president of the National Wind Watch. Read his research on how Norway commissioned a study of wind power in Denmark and concluded that it has "serious environmental effects, insufficient production, and high production costs."


R.I. Renewable Sector Addresses Wind Opponents - Energy -

eco-ri.squarespace.com [cached]

Eric Rosenbloom, president of National Wind Watch Inc., an anti-wind energy group, also sees a strong political backlash motivating wind opponents.
"A lot of it is driven by a hatred for Obama. (Wind energy) is suddenly seen as an Obama program. It's sort of a Tea Party rebellion against (his) policies." Rosenbloom said Wind Watch avoids political alliances and receives no financial support from the fossil fuel industry or its wealthy advocates. Wind Watch, he said, acts as an informational resource for 500 wind opposition groups in the U.S., four in Rhode Island. Rosenbloom said wind turbines have two main problems: working with the electric grid and damage to the environment.


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