DID YOU KNOW? The cost to install this size of turbine is estimated at £1,300,000 and would generate £287,000 gross revenue each year using 2014-5 FIT subsidy figures so the payback period will be only 4.5 years. This model is based on average wind speeds of 6 m/s where Bridgemoor is expected to see 8 m/s wind speed on average. Running costs account for 10-15% of gross revenue. If a farmer builds the project himself, it will be eligible for Capital Allowances in the form of the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) at £500,000 until January 2016 so the capital cost of building it can be set against their farm income. If the project is returning typically 15%, this additional tax reduction could return closer to 25%.
Source: Farmers Weekly http://academy.fwi.co.uk/Courses/Business/Farm-and-renewable-energy/Wind-power
MOREOVER, Up to 80% of the revenue stream for these wind turbines is paid through FIT subsidies at a rate guaranteed and inflation linked for the next twenty years. FIT funding is derived through your generosity and higher electrical bills! It will serve to harm the local tourism economy, decrease area house prices and affect wild life such as locally nesting peregrine and kestrels.
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Cornwall Council issued a notice of Refusal on November 24, 2015 in relation to the Bridge Moor Wind
turbine, north east of Freathy (Cornwall Council Planning Reference PA15/08659).
No Rame Wind Turbines have been moved by the efforts of each and every one of you who collected
signatures, wrote in letters of support, engaged politicians, toiled or provided counsel and advice.
A very big and sincere Thank you!
Your efforts to preserve the Rame peninsula will be remembered and appreciated by generations to come.
READ THE NO RAME WIND TURBINES OBJECTION STATEMENT:
READ CORNWALL COUNCIL'S REFUSAL NOTICE HERE:
THE RAME COMMUNITY REMAINS PREPARED TO ADDRESS ANY APPEAL OR FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS
Please write NORAMEWINDTURBINES@OUTLOOK.COM to join our community alert list.
Noise Many residents living near wind farms have complained of noise disturbance, while studies have linked wind turbine noise to poor sleep and mental health. As well as the routine “swishing” noise of the blades spinning, turbines can sometimes produce “thumping” noises when sudden variations in the wind speed cause the blades to stall.
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