Scotland invests in innovative tidal project

Scotland invests in innovative tidal project

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    Colin Megson Reply

    The absolute tragedy of qualified, time-served engineers believing in ridiculous technologies like this and honestly believing they are doing something for the environment and the futures of the young members of their extended families.

    Per unit of intermittent, low-carbon electricity generated, the capital cost of tidal devices will be at least 4X greater than onshore wind and onshore wind has a capital cost 2X that of the Sizewell C nuclear power plant, which generates 24/7, low-carbon electricity.

    A technology with a high capital cost has a dark side which obfuscation cannot control – there is no hiding place. All of you would be do-gooders – board members; investors; designers; technologists; engineers; workpeople – discuss this with the younger members of your families:

    Search for: “powerful ngos, well-rewarded lobbyists, industry bosses”

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