A Wind Farm Newsletter that draws so many facts together

Thanks to Malcolm Kirk who has done a great job drawing so many strands of Wind farm News together!

Some Scottish Windfarm News for week ended 6.11.15
Farr windfarms have been paid £9,806,365 in constraint payments this year – Whitelee has been paid £25 million 
Find out how much your local windfarms have been paid to shut down :-
George Lindsay makes a good point:”And what are we doing – closing our coal fired power stations ! The rest of the world must be laughing at us” Read the article here:-
Highland Wide Local Development Plan:-  
Thanks to Christine Metcalfe for this. An increasing headache for Aviation:-
The good news story of the week is undoubtably the refusal of the Rannoch windfarm. 
Campaigners to fight Perthshire windfarm proposals:- 
From Wind Energy’s Absurd another excellent article :- 
More good News – Antarctica gaining more ice than losing – NASA 
Scotland  –  the “Renewables capital of the World” so more expensive electricity coming your way – more fuel poverty :- 
Why the Paris climate treaty will be the flop of the year according to Christopher Booker:-
A new group has been formed to fight yet another windfarm on the shores of Loch Awe – Stop Upper Sonachan Wind Farm:-
Please join and give your support :-  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1492299181075005/members/
RSPB needs your help – stop Strathy South windfarm:-
National Grid uses ‘last resort’ measures to keep UK lights on:- 
This news sheet is to generally inform about the excessive proliferation of windfarms and individual wind turbines throughout Scotland. Feel free to distribute it further. There are many Websites and FB pages available detailing the efforts being made by Scottish campaign groups to protect their landscapes and history.

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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