In response to Clark Cross: Turbines are the real blot on the landscape, Malcolm Parkin wrote:
And when they are worn-out and not working, and just rusty stumps on the landscape, the taxpayers will have to pay to remove them, as their promoters and developers – having creamed all the subsidies for them – will quietly go bust and walk away.
And then of course we will have become dependent on their part-time electricity and will be in an even worse energy position than we were before. Crazy . . . from start to finish. We have been conned by the scam of a century.