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Let's be honest, if it wasn't for the warble gloaming catastrophism and the way so many governments, not least the UK's, have indulged various associated rent seekers these bloody things would be used in those rare locations where it's not economic to connect to the grid. Instead Britain is expected to rely increasingly on a form of generation which, if it's a bit too windy, can turn the generator into a £2 million sparkler. Or just knock it down. In fact the only positive thing I can think of right now is that they're not as useless as they could be.
|Give it a few years and and someone will scale this up|