Articles from Europe

It’s us or the wind turbines!

By contrast, I understand that the benefit to the community for the proposed wind turbines is about £350,000 per annum. That represents only 0.78% of the revenue to tourism. To put that into context, if only one person in every 128 visitors is put off, then there will be a net loss to the island. 
19 Jul 2018

Britain's turbines are producing 40% less energy as wind 'disappears' for six weeks across the UK causing record low electricity production

The 'disappearing wind' meant turbines generated less than two per cent of the country's power - the lowest figure for more than two years. Britain got 15 per cent of its power from wind last year – twice as much as coal. But on June 2, this figure fell to just 1.1 per cent, with only 0.3 gigawatts of energy being produced around 10am.
18 Jul 2018

Planning appproval for Co Clare wind farm overturned

In its Supreme Court appeal, the board argued the High Court judgment set a “very high threshold” concerning the reasoning requirements for a planning decision maker when a decision involves either an EIA or an AA. If the High Court findings were upheld, that would have serious consequences for how the board and other planning authorities approach making decisions, it argued.
17 Jul 2018

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