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Owner, chief executive, research, publicity ,and general dogsbody. Advanced Wind Technologies

Am a passionate creative person in my chosen profession, - Renewable energy development, - have done not innovative, but creative, designs all through my career.

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The Theme I would like to encourage for the Report is, BIG! Of course, lots of big new wind farms, providing excess energy also so that Aluminium, Steel and Concrete can run totally on cheap electricity, ( as well as everyone else), and including big expansion of Offshore wind, but Particularly, Big Wind Turbines, as the higher they
go, the Higher their Capacity, so the more hours in the day they are producing, and spread over the whole of America, the greater time needing no other generator, - gas, coal, etc, so the less storage required.


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