Disgraceful lobbying of young children is nothing new for wind farm supporters, although an opposing view is never tolerated. However an account from Ayreshire suggests the industry, with the support of the local council, has now gone one step too far. The Company involved, Community Windpower Ltd, is a private commercial developer founded in 2001. The word Community in their title should not mislead you to thinking that they are a Community Company. Even the SNP Government, never one to miss the opportunity to spin wind, has made a statement that this is not something that they would condone. However they say it is a matter for the local SNP council. They certainly would not want to upset their friends in the Renewable sector, would they. Click here to read the full story!
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