"Figures published last week reveal that the moment when Britain’s lights start going out may be much closer than previously predicted."...
A must-read article by Christopher Booker in today's Sunday Telegraph:
Sunday, April 24, 2011
"New figures show the lights may go out sooner than we thought"
Posted by Artists Against Wind Farms at 7:49 PM
Labels: Christopher Booker, coal, EU’s Large Combustion Plants directive, Sunday Telegraph, wind power
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Interesting to read the latest on the Highland Plan. A projected capacity of 2900mw by 2050. I thought that we were all told that they were to be taken down in twenty five years. Either those in the Planning Office are not very good at maths or we have a distinct case of Mission Creep.
This looks suspiciously like the report that was passed in October 2010 by the Council. Could they have forgotten to put it out for consultation? Naughty, naughty! An illegal act?? Now we cab have our say. Make the most of it.
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