Row Blows Up on Wind Farm Locations

[Scotsman.com] It was a claim that sent shockwaves through the wind-farm industry: the UK’s turbines are being built in the wrong place, far from the strong winds that would make them efficient sources of electricity. Wind farms attract controversy, wherever they are proposed, with strong opinions on both sides, but it appeared this latest claim was being made not by the usual anti-wind lobby but by an eminent figure within an international renewable energy group. At stake was the reputation of a burgeoning multimillion-pound industry and the people who champion it. Or so it seemed, at least.
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