Sacred green cows spared

#3
Steady it's not called the Torygraph for nothing.
Anti-EU par for the course
 
#4
Can't fault it.

In a few years time wind turbines will be as efficient as internal combustion engines and, of course, the R&D plouged in the latter will hav been equalised.
 

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#5
the problem is at the moment we are being taxed to pay for this technology most of which ends up as payments to land owners and not in R&D for the technology. The blade maker on the IOW had to shut up shop as they claimed the incentive schemes were counter productive
 
#8
Onshore wind energy is a fiscal black hole & energy dead end.
Estuarine barrages have far greater potential but the greenies whine & scream because a different part of the ecosystem will change - conveniently ignoring THEIR claims that sea levels will rise to permanently cover their beloved mudflats unless we revert to the Orson Cartt.
 

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