Wind Power price drops open possibility of ‘entirely green energy system’

Environmentalists are hailing a ‘breakthrough moment’ for offshore wind in the UK with new figures showing it now requires lower subsidies than new nuclear. Matthew Wright is Managing Director for DONG Energy UK — which is building the world’s biggest offshore wind project off the Norfolk coast.

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4 Responses to Wind Power price drops open possibility of ‘entirely green energy system’

  1. Adam Smith says:

    'Dong Energy' wtf, Chinese?

  2. The Rancour says:

    Zero carbon footprint????? Let's not lie now, the heeps of trash left behind after a decommissioned wind farms or solar power plant make coal mining look like land reclamation.

  3. Gareth says:

    They still have no way of storing it on a huge scale, look to Germany and solar, sometimes they dont have enough and other times they have to sell it at a loss overall to get rid instead of wasting it as there is no way of storing it yet.

  4. vincent marandola says:

    Nice

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