Seeing this turbine from this view is a small price to pay for our children's future
We stand by this and are naturally disappointed by the SHDC decision but not surprised. Local planning authorities don't yet have the tools to balance parochial concerns against national strategic objectives for deployment of renewable energy. Most MW-scale planning applications are decided on appeal. Onwards and upwards!
Hooray! TRESOC members are the proud owners of our first community-owned solar PV array at Leatside doctors’ surgery, Totnes.
Local MP Sarah Wollaston revealed the data display panel (from behind a cloud) on Friday 30th November. A partnership project between YOKK solar and TRESOC, it is sure to be the first of many such installations.
Questions about the accuracy of the photomontages have been satisfactorily answered. The misunderstanding of the scale was due to people printing them out in A4, rather than A3. More details can be found here:
The future of onshore wind power explored in a passionate and illuminating debate in Dartington’s Great Hall. Four expert panelists — two for, two against — chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby.
Full length debate available soon.