Turbine noise risk
Does the BWEA think it unreasonable that SWATT request that the Welsh Assembly call a moratorium on wind farm development until independent surveys are executed on these vital issues. Concerning the election, our campaign resulted in us getting the issue onto the election agenda. And the two anti-TAN 8 main parties were the ones who gained seats in the elections.
May 14, 2007
by David Edwards, Chairman, SWATT, (South Wales Alternative To Turbines)
The British Wind Energy Association spokesman Llywelyn Rhys should stick to the facts contained in his own organisation's literature and that of HM Government as we do in SWATT (South Wales Alternative To Turbines).
The Government (DTI) set up a Noise Working Group in August 2006 to study the wind turbine noise problem, described as aerodynamic modulation (AM) in the DTI report. AM is thought to be a factor in the numerous studies concerning health being affected by wind turbine noise.
The concerns to wildlife habitat are well documented on numerous websites.
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