I live at the top end of Lochgelly and face towards Mossmorran. I am against the industrial wind turbines being built between the dual-carriageway and the cracker plant. The evidence is growing that they don’t work, cause health problems and are detrimental to the land they are built on. I am all for Green Energy when it works but apparently these giant turbines are being increasingly seen as a ‘white elephant’.
Anyone interested in seeing the evidence gathered against these industrial wind turbines, can find a mountain of growing evidence and opposition to why they don’t work. Please go and search on-line, have a look and see for yourself.
I wish only to post photos of the land being despoiled, these roads are huge and there are to be nine of them for each turbine. Once they have been built, this area is no longer countryside but rather a grid-work of tarmac and a built-up area allowing for further development. For me, it means a despoiling of the land and is anything but ‘environmentally friendly’.
My camera isn’t great for long-distance shots, but you can gauge the sheer size of these roads by comparing the trees running along beside them, and you can see the buildings of Mossmorran in the background. The destruction at the back of the ridge is even more shocking and photos of the despoiling can be seen at http://littleraithwindfarm.org.uk/
These photos were taken on two different dates approx. 1/2 weeks apart, and you can see the road widening. I hope to be able to continue taking photos and posting the results.