How wind power distorts the energy marketplace

A well-argued piece in this week's The Economist acknowledges the merits of renewable energy but goes on to explain why more wind or solar power may not be a good thing. Food for thought as West Dorset planners prepare to take a decision on the Slyers Lane proposal at the end of January. Renewable power is good. More renewable power is not always better

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These visualisations give an accurate impression of what the Charminster (Slyers Lane) wind farm will look like.

They were produced by leading specialists in the visualisation of wind energy proposals ARCHITECH who were appointed as digital visualisation consultants to The Highland Council in 2011

Can you guess where they are taken from ?
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No Slyers Lane Turbines is a group objecting to the development of six wind turbines just north of Dorchester, Dorset.

These industrial turbines will be 377ft tall and visible from as far away as Poole. They will tower over surrounding villages as well as the county town, and the iconic Poundbury development.

The wind farm is being proposed by private equity firm Broadview Energy.

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