MPs back Hunts wind farm opponents at two sites
“We are also concerned about noise and health issues, which have not been fully explained. I don’t particularly want to be a guinea pig.”
Ms Wood believes the spate of wind farm applications for the A14 corridor – which operators concede is a low wind-speed area – is an attempt to beat a reduction in the level of government subsidy for renewable generation.
July 9, 2012
in Hunts Post 24
Barely 20 years after they got rid of a battery of ground-launched cruise missiles, the villagers of Bythorn and Molesworth in west Huntingdonshire face being towered over by six huge wind turbines.
And 10 miles to the south-east, at Southoe near Buckden, Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly has added his weight to residents’ protests against another, three-turbine installation.
RWE Npower Renewables has applied for planning consent for what it calls Molesworth Wind Farm – a prospect that is sure to generate huge local opposition.
The company wants to put up six three-bladed turbines up to 126 metres (416 feet) in height to blade tip, together... [continue via Web link]