Grange Farm solar park plans approved

Somerset County Gazette: What the panels could look like. What the panels could look like.

PLANS for almost 20,000 solar farms on a field in Nynehead were approved last night (January 9).

Taunton Deane's Planning Committee approved Lumicity Ltd's application for 19,640 photovoltaic panels at Grange Farm.

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2:51am Fri 11 Jan 13

Mark1970 says...

Ok I am first to have a moan.

Fantastic to see solar energy and other green energy in not just the West Country but also the World.

This paper is slow on stories so why not try filling out articles such as this with more facts and information.

Make it a bit more juicer than a couple of lines.

Still if they ever want to sell the solar panels, I am sure that the SGC will come with a feature packed pull out section, which increases the page numbers and also the price.

BUT news also sells.
Ok I am first to have a moan. Fantastic to see solar energy and other green energy in not just the West Country but also the World. This paper is slow on stories so why not try filling out articles such as this with more facts and information. Make it a bit more juicer than a couple of lines. Still if they ever want to sell the solar panels, I am sure that the SGC will come with a feature packed pull out section, which increases the page numbers and also the price. BUT news also sells. Mark1970
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3:49am Fri 11 Jan 13

Mark1970 says...

OK still awake and bored but

1) how many houses would this power
2) who is buying the power that this is generated
3) Are solar powers the new farming
4) Why are not solar panels used more so in Africa more sun more energy, ok further to travel to the UK
5) Why are not all new houses built with solar and wind power and other green energy.
6) Is this a blot on the landscape or a god send
7) Do any residences that think that this might be a blot on the landscape have and arguments
8) How many Gigawatts does this energy supply has it got enough to power a De Loren into time travel?

8 comments for better news and better reporting. 5 year olds learning English can report better than you lot can.
OK still awake and bored but 1) how many houses would this power 2) who is buying the power that this is generated 3) Are solar powers the new farming 4) Why are not solar panels used more so in Africa more sun more energy, ok further to travel to the UK 5) Why are not all new houses built with solar and wind power and other green energy. 6) Is this a blot on the landscape or a god send 7) Do any residences that think that this might be a blot on the landscape have and arguments 8) How many Gigawatts does this energy supply has it got enough to power a De Loren into time travel? 8 comments for better news and better reporting. 5 year olds learning English can report better than you lot can. Mark1970
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