Only 4% of Green Energy Experts believe that England will reach it’s Renewable Targets

An interesting article that quotes the average output of UK wind farms is 30% but it can be 15% some years? Talk about spin. Only a 100% variance. The London Array’s Project Director, Richard Rigg, refuses to say how much his turbines actually generate due to commercial London array constrsensibilities.  My experience is if output hits, or betters targets, the Company shouts it from the rooftops, as it is good for share values, but if it falls well below expectations it is withheld due to commercial sensibilities! What is interesting is that Mr. Rigg does not believe that the UK will hit it’s 20% target by 2050. And he is not alone in that. Some 4% of Green energy professionals think we have a “good” or “very good” chance of achieving the target. Which means that 96% don’t! Therefore one might suspect that his views about Salmond and Scottish Wind are probably unprintable. However have a read and see what you think!

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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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