Wind farms ‘an Irish solution to British problem’

They’re 185 meters high.

“Opposition to wind farms in Britain is “the real reason” behind the plan to locate more than 2,000 turbines in the midlands, with the power they produce being exported across the Irish Sea, according to opponents.” [Irish Times]

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  1. Well, if the Irish can get the Brits to pay rent for land the Irish aren’t otherwise using, they could make out like bandits. But it will be at the expense of the Brits continuing to support rent-seekers at the cost of actual jobs and wealth.

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