WIND TURBINES: Fenland has done it's bit, time for developer to leave

AS Fenland District Council applies the brakes on runaway wind turbine applications by rejecting two local wind factories, the developers wrap themselves in green cloaks and cry foul. Both applicants state that their lucrative but environmentally damaging

AS Fenland District Council applies the brakes on runaway wind turbine applications by rejecting two local wind factories, the developers wrap themselves in green cloaks and cry foul.

Both applicants state that their lucrative but environmentally damaging industrial machines, will reduce UK carbon emissions, it is therefore, not unreasonable to ask is this statement accurate or more about misleading the public.

As of May 2009, there was 2434 of these industrial monstrosities blighting the beautiful countryside and coastline of the UK, the unreliability of these negative machines is another story, it is however interesting to note that in 2009 increasing UK carbon emissions were reduced slightly, this reduction was not due to any staggeringly expensive wind power, it was due to a UK recession that impacted on industrial production and its resulting carbon emissions.

Fenland has "done its bit", I have witnessed first hand the disruption that is caused by this vandalistic industry and the impacts it has had on people, communities, wildlife, and rural landscape, it is time for the wind developer to just go away, because to do so, would make Fenland a much greener and desirable place to live.


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JOHN STONEMAN

Cambs Environmental and Wildlife Protection

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