Poland must be congratulated for setting an example for others to follow. The adverse health impacts caused by being forced to live in close proximity to wind turbines are a major reason to reject this technology.
Over-run by these things, faced with thousand of furious neighbours demanding an end to the onslaught, and spiralling power costs, Poland has mounted an enormous about face: where wind power was the flavour of the month for a year or two, it’s been hit with an outright ban.
Worse still for Polish wind-worshippers, their government, faced with an erratic power supply and rising prices, has decided to serve up a double helping of coal to keep the lights on.
Poland Shuns Wind, Doubles Down on Coal-Reliant Future
1 August 2016
Poland, a country where hard coal and lignite power plants currently generate about 85% of the power, has passed a law that stymies a wind power expansion and is now mulling draft legislation that will help boost investments in new coal capacity.
The eastern European country has bucked the trend toward renewable power that many countries…
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