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The golden nugget of any IT project is to clearly define the objectives and ensure that all involved are very clear as to what those objectives are. Involve stakeholders in every aspect.

Design the solution with knowledge, experience and innovation clearly targeting the objectives.

Deliver the design with engineering excellence, quality in every detail, step by step to the objectives.

Work to the project plan, be disciplined in tackling problems, stay focussed on the objectives and test at every stage.

Learn from problems, celebrate successes and deliver to the objectives on time.

Design to succeed, be better by design and deliver through engineering excellence.

Wind Turbines

The debate on wind turbines is gathering pace over in our neck of the woods as the area around the picturesque market town of Garstang, mid way between Preston and Lancaster has become subject to multiple applications for large wind turbines.

The problem with this type of development, as opposed to the offshore wind farm development, is that they are industrial suicide for the UK.

  • They destroy the local environment.
  • They take money out of the bottom of the economy with higher electricity costs.
  • They cost jobs in the UK pushing up taxes.
  • They deprive UK businesses of investment capital.
  • They impact the balance of trade by pushing up imports.
  • Ironically they also increase the amount of greenhouse gas emissions.

Question. Why do we have so many wind turbines?

Answer. Subsidy greed. The greedier the landowner, the bigger the wind turbine. They are without question a monument to greed.

By: Ray Dexeter

 

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