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Cost Of Welsh Government Turbine: £48,000. Generates: £5 A Month.

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In January the turbine broke down and soon after Quiet Revolution went into administration.

"The manufacturer of the micro turbine recently went into liquidation, and as the prospects of finding a company able to take on the maintenance and repair are limited, we are considering options for its removal,” said a Welsh Government spokesman.

No sh1t.

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Although I think "renwable energy" is a "good thing", in general, I believe the whole "business" could be run by "hatstands"! :blink:

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I'm thinking this is more of a sculpture, no?

That it is to make a statement, a proclamation of intent, rather than to maximise electricity generation.

They just needed to be more imaginative and to have named it as a sculpture. The Angel of Wales or something. At least it moves. Put a dress and funny hat on it .

Its got some nice sharp edges on it. Useful for skewering and mounting a half dozen politicians.

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These were the type that a new Sainsbury's near me was going to install as it ramped up its green credentials for the (assured, wink, wink) Planning Application. In the end like a lot of talk they never materialised (though there were some at a supermarket in Totnes?).

This is a band wagon to be milked by the few, promoted by the 'we know best' and paid for by us. It's only public money.

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and to think our pensions are entrusted with these people.

Never mind the pensions Saddy - it's that our sheep are entrusted with these people that scares the mint-sauce out of me like...!

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