Sturgeon’s wind turbines cost UK £90m a year – to stay SWITCHED OFFPosted: November 22, 2016
Like the old sailors say, “The wind is free, but everything else costs money”.
However, in this case the “wind” costs even when there is none!? Think about that for a minute.
By Paul Homewood
h/t Philip Bratby
Last week I revealed that subsidies to Scottish renewables were costing £718 million a year, equivalent to £135 for every man, woman and child in Scotland, if they had to pay the bill themselves.
To this figure it seems we can add another £90 million, for constraint payments!
From the Express:
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