The UK Wind Farm Map – The Telegraph

After the last 24 hrs the Wind Farm Debate has been ramped up a couple of notches. Here is a whole of UK wind farm map that is truly devastating. What is even worse is that the map is not complete. Although many feel that the battle is won against the developers, I caution against this view until Ed Davies and Nick Clegg are emasculated.

There are two reports, one on low frequency noise to be produced by the Royal Institute of Accoustics and another on the broader effect on rural communities taking into effect property values and the effect of wind farms on rural economies which will have a damaging effect on the political argument and may create an impossible climate for the industry. Michael Hesletines comments on the impact of the finacial willingness to support wind with a government that has shown hostility.

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About Dougal Quixote

Slightly mad. Always believes a cup is half full so continues to tilt at Wind Turbines and the politicians that seem to believe it is their god given right to ruin Scotland for a pot of fool's gold.
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5 Responses to The UK Wind Farm Map – The Telegraph

    • If you build a nuclear reactor where three tectonic plates meet and then build your standby generation nearest the sea, you should not be terribly surprised if it all goes pear shaped. Modern nuclear, especially thorium and liquid salt is light years away from Fukushima, which was an outdated nuclear plant. Even so had the backup not been inundated there would have been no problem. Even so had the company moved quickly to fly in generators things may have been saved. However the effect of the Tsunami paralysed everyone. The management since seems lamentable but sometimes Japanese companies and their government leave a lot to be desired. Not quite the paragons of virtue they have been painted in the west. But don’t judge the nuclear industry by Fukushima. And the last time the UK had a Tsunami was the Bristol Channel in 1607.

  1. Brian Ramsey says:

    I am cirtain an investigation into, the interference with low level wind paths, is needed to aliviate, my personal concerns over the possibilty that obstruction of wind eddies, is causeing some of the massive increase in the density/hight of rain clouds that in turn, is causeing recent flooding events globaly.

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