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Sunday, August 4, 2013

Scots ‘face world’s biggest energy bills’ from wind power

THE unreliability of wind power could mean an independent Scotland would have to import energy from England – leaving it with the highest household bills in the world, it was claimed yesterday.
In an interview with Scotland on Sunday, Sir Donald Miller, former chairman of both the South of Scotland Electricity Board and of ScottishPower, has described the SNP’s current energy policy on producing 100 per cent of Scotland’s needs from renewables as “disastrous”. 
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Only a well-healed, western economy could fool around with expensive technologies that don't work, but make you think it is saving the planet. This kind of mentality is indicative of a society in decline, not one that is growing productively.