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On October 19, I wrote about Ian Hanna, the Big Island resident who is suing for an injunction to block the Ministry of Environment from issuing any renewable energy approvals for wind projects. Such an injunction would prevent the construction of almost all new commercial wind projects. Based on this, I drew a conclusion about Mr. Hanna’s support of or opposition to commercial wind energy.

I suppose it is a sign of the powerful emotions that surround wind projects that I promptly received a letter from his lawyer citing the Libel and Slander Act. In response to this threat, I have removed four non-essential words from the October 19 post.

I strongly disagree with Mr. Hanna’s lawsuit, but no personal offence was or is intended.

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