UK wind power takes a battering


By Rowan Hooper WIND power enthusiasts have been a little flustered this week. An energy analyst has claimed that the UK government’s plans to derive a fifth of the nation’s energy from renewable sources by 2020 are not feasible. The majority of this power, some 20 gigawatts, is to come from wind energy, but Hugh Sharman, principal of the energy consulting and brokering company Incoteco in Hals, Denmark, argues that the UK’s energy grid will not be able to handle more than 10 gigawatts (Proceedings of the Institute of Civil Engineering, vol 158,
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