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May 06, 2008



This looks amazing - I am in favour of utilising wind and wave power although I do worry about the affects that the noise from the turbine might have on sealife. Hopefully this test case will be able to answer questions about efficiency, sustainability and negative impact before decisions are made about long term investment.

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