Renewable Energy | VOL. 15, ISSUE 88, January-February 2015 |

Turbines of Trouble: A Question of Scale and Land

Travelling towards the 700 year old villages of Jakhau and Budiya from the small town of Naliya in Kutch, Gujarat, we are greeted by a pleasant sight of a vast stretch of a mix of scrubland and grassland merging with Arabian Sea and the horizon. This expansive landscape is dotted with wind turbines, moving in the plentiful wind, as far as the eye can see. It all seems like a green utopia, put in place by companies with the generous...

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