Gerald Warner: Fuelling an inconvenient delusion that spells ruin for Scotland

Wind power:

Wind power: "the curse of Scotland". Picture: Ian Rutherford

WIND power – more accurately wind impotence, since turbines operate at just 24 per cent of capacity – is the curse of Scotland. One of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe has been brutally ravaged, families have been driven into fuel poverty, pensioners have been presented with the lethal dilemma “heat or eat” – all to appease the neurotic prejudices of global warming fanatics.




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