British Windicom :-)

October 19, 2007 at 7:35 am | Posted in Alternative energy, BT, Good idea, Power sources, Wind energy | Leave a comment

BT said on Thursday it needed a supply of green energy because customers were asking questions about its carbon footprint.

I hope the customers ask BT questions about its carbon footprint on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, etc. too!

Here you go:

BT wind farms to supply green energy

By Fiona Harvey and Andrew Bolger

Published: October 19 2007 04:30 | Last updated: October 19 2007 04:30

BT plans to develop a series of wind farms in the biggest expansion of renewable energy outside the power generation sector.

The telecoms company wants to develop 250MW of wind power, adding about 12.5 per cent to the UK’s existing wind power generation of about 2GW.

The farms would be built at some of BT’s many sites and when finished in 2016 should meet about a quarter of BT’s current electricity needs, or enough to power a city the size of Coventry.

If you can tolerate the annoying ads that cover the page just as you are about to read it, click on the blue title to reach the rest of that article in the FT.

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