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Posted By: windy lambbut not replanted as Forestry Commission can earn more money from renting land to the turbine company than growing trees
Posted By: CWattersdamage caused to natural carbon sinks means that more CO2 was released into the atmosphere than would ever be saved by turbines
Posted By: CWattersJoiner posted this link on another forum some time back...http://2050-calculator-tool.decc.gov.uk/pathways/1011111111111111011111100111111011110110210111011011/primary_energy_chart" >http://2050-calculator-tool.decc.gov.uk/pathways/1011111111111111011111100111111011110110210111011011/primary_energy_chartDoes anyone understand why increasing the number of on-shore wind turbines (click box 3 or 4) leaving other sources unchanged appears to make the total energy capacity go DOWN not up?
Posted By: CWattersInterestingly it seems to be the Natural gas contribution that goes down if you increase the amount of onshore wind in the mix. The contribution from Oil and other sources stays the same.
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