Articles filed under General from Europe

Plans for an eight turbine wind farm near Corringham withdrawn

Chairman of Villages of the Cliff Against Turbines (Vocat), Ernest Coleman, said: “The news about the cancellation of the Brown’s Holt Wind Farm is both welcome and inspirational. “At last the message is beginning to get through the developer’s camouflage, and the realities are striking home.
29 Apr 2016

Milder weather and less wind hit profits at ScottishPower owner Iberdrola

Less wind fuelled a 25 per cent fall in underlying profits to £84 million at ScottishPower’s renewables business in the first three months of the year. Milder weather also contributed to a 3 per cent fall in underlying profits to £174m at the company’s retail and generation business – which includes the supply of power to domestic and business customers.
28 Apr 2016

Subsidy Sam set to knock wind out of Tommy's sails

The_press_and_journal_22apr2016_thumb "The wind industry goes into schools in Scotland and never is the other side of the story told. Youngsters are being brainwasher into thinking we'd be doomed without windfarms. It's a cynical ploy to keep the subsidies flowing into the next generation."
23 Apr 2016

Controversy over Kells wind info day

Padraig Dolan of The Meath Wind Information Group (MWIG), the community-based organisation which successfully opposed the first application, said that when members of the public started to ask probing questions, a signal seems to have been given to limit the number of people allowed in.
20 Apr 2016

Secretary of State blocks energy firm’s Caistor wind turbine appeal

A controversial plan for a 102-metre wind turbine has been blocked by the Secretary of State. ...the turbine would result in ‘unacceptable’ harm to the Caistor Conservation Area and that it would have a detrimental visual impact upon the views and setting of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
16 Mar 2016

Wind farm set to blow up new storm of protest

Public meetings last week saw growing support for an action group fighting the construction of a 22-turbine wind farm at Heckington Fen. ‘Heck Off’ - as it is being called - held a well-attended public meeting last Tuesday in the Hume Arms at South Kyme to explain to concerned residents the latest position in which developers Ecotricity are seeking to amend their current permission.
14 Mar 2016

Wind Disaster - beginning of the end?

The resistance is growing from all sides. Not only the people who live in the country and directly affected by wind power protest. Even the industry in countries like Germany, England and Sweden now dares to write articles about their countries need cheaper and more reliable energy to continue to exist.
6 Mar 2016

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