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Caithness turbines scheme could threaten RAF Lossiemouth’s radar

Military chiefs oppose the scheme because they say it will cause “unacceptable interference” to the Air Traffic Control radar service at RAF Lossiemouth, despite being almost 40 miles away over the Moray Firth. The MoD insists that it will not reconsider its objection unless the applicant puts forward a “radar mitigation solution”, but this has not been forthcoming.
18 Mar 2016

Crane firm guilty of corporate manslaughter after 49-year-old man killed at Scout Moor quarry in Edenfield

Lindsay Easton was killed while driving on a steep access road at Scout Moor quarry  ...The quarry is part of the Scout Moor wind farm site, the largest inshore site in the country, which is operated by Peel Energy. “This tragedy was entirely avoidable had the company acted responsibly and ensured their crane fleet was effectively serviced and maintained.
1 Dec 2015

Documented aircraft near-misses with wind turbines

Air_and_flight_safety_reports_windfarms_annex_thumb RAF pilots have reported a catalogue of near misses with wind farms in the United Kingdom. Pilots are making over 1,000 manual corrections to their charts every month to try and keep up with the changes. This document presents the reports completed by the pilots. The Light Aircraft Association (LAA) also warns there is a potential for a mid-air disaster. 
2 Sep 2015

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=UK&p=2&topic=Safety
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