Wind V. Coal
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"The trouble with wind farms is that they have a very large spatial footprint for a piddling little bit of electricity. You would need 8oo turbines to produce the output of a coal-fired power station."
Sir Martin Holgate, Chief Scientist at the Department of the Environment of the British Government - October 2004
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Monthly Archives: May 2016
Moy wind farm assassinates RSPB icon. Yes that’s true. An Osprey was seriously injured by one of the Moy Turbines and the Energen employee called the SPCA who took it to the vet who had no choice, such were it’s … Continue reading
Well I was going to write a post on this but Master Delingpole has done it for me. Read the Truth about the Royal Society for the Persecution of Birds HERE.
Apologies for the Google translation but hopefully you will get the gist. The weasels are squealing whilst reality has dawned! Danes stop energy revolution The Danish government wants to slow down the development of wind and solar energy. It takes … Continue reading
Whilst the rest of Europe fails miserably to meet it’s targets the UK is still in thrall to the Climate acts. We do still have a lot of very stupid people in powerful positions in Westminster. The Fifth Carbon Budget resume … Continue reading
As the Energy Bill which includes the removal of all onshore subsidies for new wind farm applications moves towards Royal Assent we need to address the next issue. All those existing wind farms that are still getting subsidies and could do for … Continue reading
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