The government of Scotland "is committed to meeting its ambitious target of 40% of electricity generated in Scotland from renewable sources by 2020 — tackling climate change and creating new green jobs. We will do this by the development of a mix of renewable energy sources including marine, tidal, biomass and wind. These will be delivered through both large and small-scale projects"
It is providing subsidies to homeowners to bring the cost of the wind turbines down to under £1,000 and is issuing planning guidlines to tell municipalities to approve the use of the turbines and to ignore the whiners and complainers. If only more governments were so responsible. ::Renewable Resources via ::Sustainablog by [LA]