Saturday, 7 May 2011

WIND FARMS PAID £900,000 NOT TO PRODUCE ELECTRICITY

We always knew that it would be difficult to balance the grid with increasing amounts of wind turbines giving erratic amounts, but this report tells us that over one night in April, due to strong winds in Scotland, the grid paid out a total of £900,000 to six wind farms not to produce electricity. No wonder our electricity bill are going up so much. Although the report is on the BBC website, I do not recall it being on the main news bulletins. I wonder why? 

1 comment:

David said...

this kind of shame is what is keeping down green energy all of the world