Nov 25, 2013 1:39 PM GMT
HottJoe saidWhen are the coal companies going to pay damages for millions of people they have killed by causing drought in Ethiopia?
credo saidHere you go, riddler78:
RWE insisted the decision on the Atlantic Array had nothing to do with UK policy and everything to do with the technical challenges of the project: the area earmarked for the wind farm is affected by strong currents and has a high tidal range and an average water depth of 45m.
The seabed conditions are also difficult. Wind turbines are generally attached to monopiles or jackets that are hammered into the seabed. But these are unsuitable for the seabed of the Bristol Channel.