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How is the UK ever going to achieve the stated target of 0% fossil when the real time meters below just how dependent we are on gas and coal? (Sorry abut the formatting – that’s outside of our control.)
It comes as no great surprise to hear this: “We find wind farms have emerging impacts that are greatly underestimated.” The bottom line is that pest populations such as rodents are booming because of wind turbines. So, rather than benefiting … Continue reading
Note date change (was 7/11/2018): The 2018 AGM will be held in the Blue Lion, Lewdown at 7.30pm on Wednesday, 14th November, 2018. Agenda Welcome and apologies for absences Review Minutes of previous meeting Matters arising from Minutes of … Continue reading
Recent research by the University of Exeter has demonstrated that bats are attracted to the red lights on wind turbines. Extrapolated, they estimate that wind turbines are killing 80,000 bats each year.
Green taxes will cost the average household almost £150 from next year, according to energy firms. Prof Helm said this was “significantly higher than it needs to be” to meet the Government’s objectives of cutting down on the use of … Continue reading
Britain facing energy crisis that could see families pay extra to keep the lights on while neighbours ‘sit in the dark’
We have been warning about this. Now it looks like it is going to happen. Renewable energy supplies are so unreliable that you might need to pay even more on top of the subsidy you already pay to have a … Continue reading
Hello everybody, This is just a short note to say thanks to you for writing in to W.D.B.C. to oppose the wind turbine application at Cardwell Farm. Without your help and support the result could have been very different. As … Continue reading
We recently circulated this Letter from the Chairman Here is is again case you missed it .
It’s hard to believe it’s allowed:-
The Telegraph 26/4/2015 “Last month, we are told, the world enjoyed “its hottest March since records began in 1880”. This year, according to “US government scientists”, already bids to outrank 2014 as “the hottest ever”. The figures from the US … Continue reading