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System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:52:20


Please see your comments below......
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tarkus Posted - 07/09/2012 : 17:37:01
quote:
Originally posted by Supercal

They are OK in my opinion, providing there are signs on them warning the birds to avoid them. I have a weathervane on top of my garden shed which twists to face the wind from whichever way it is blowing.The windmills seem to be concreted in one direction however. How do they know when they build them from which direction the wind will be coming? It's a mystery all right.

D. Jones

The one up the rasau rotates to the direction of the wind



silverback Posted - 07/09/2012 : 16:20:44
This is what happened in the last post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBT7tr86o8I&feature=related

s.b.
silverback Posted - 07/09/2012 : 15:51:06
Would you go past this wind farm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egeQU7iOmgQ

s.b.
Supercal Posted - 06/09/2012 : 23:18:22
They are OK in my opinion, providing there are signs on them warning the birds to avoid them. I have a weathervane on top of my garden shed which twists to face the wind from whichever way it is blowing.The windmills seem to be concreted in one direction however. How do they know when they build them from which direction the wind will be coming? It's a mystery all right.

D. Jones
ken sully Posted - 27/11/2011 : 13:44:09
as the poll said lets have them

kdsullivan
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:58:57
waste of money,one big con.
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:58:27
Woefully inefficient !!
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:57:51
i like the sound of that to have windfarms
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:57:20
Windmills are hopelessly unreliable. They can't generate electricity if the wind isn't strong enough, and have to be turned off if it's too strong.
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:56:35
Green energy is adding 30 to our fuel bills
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:55:58
why not?
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:55:18
Think they would be best along the heads of valley between Rhymney and Dowlas top....windy and no houses
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:53:57
Out of sight is not always possible but with good planing they can be exceptable ,and far better than some of the options
System Poll Poster Posted - 24/11/2011 : 21:53:06
Need to know more about them. Will we get cheaper electric ? Can you hear them ?

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