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Recently installed wind turbines generate electricty in the shadow of Drax, Europe's biggest coal fired power station in Selby, England
Recently installed wind turbines generate electricty in the shadow of Drax, Europe's biggest coal fired power station in Selby, England
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  • Anonymous 4 years ago

    I thought I was reading an article from late April 2010 before I looked at the date at the top again. Same old wind energy rhetoric being trotted out that was trotted out 5 months ago. Make people believe we are behind the rest of the world and act like that is a bad thing. Off-shore wind is ridiculously expensive and is the reason why we haven't moved forward like in Europe which already pay drastically higher electricity rates than we do here in the U.S. Staying "behind" these countries keeps our electricity rates lower. Nothing wrong with that.

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