While some in Britain are making careers out of saying renewables dont work, Denmark plans to get 50% of its energy just from wind.
They aim to supply 100% renewables by 2050! Leaving us far behing where we could be leading the way.
Elsewhere in Europe, "The village Feildheim, near Berlin, gets all its energy from 43 wind turbines dotting the fields around it and a biogas plant that turns farmyard manure into gas-powered electricity."
"Sweden had the highest share of renewable energy in total consumption at 47.9% in 2010. Latvia, Finland and Austria all recorded results of over 30%. Malta, Luxembourg, the UK and the Netherlands lagged behind with the lowest shares in 2010"
We should join C.A.T. In their plan for a http://www.zerocarbonbritain.org/
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