Majority 'in favour of fracking'

More than half of those surveyed said they support natural gas production from shale

More than half of those surveyed said they support natural gas production from shale

First published in National News © by

Natural gas production from shale enjoys widespread backing across the country, with more than three times as many supporting production as opposing, according to a new survey.

There is overwhelming support for reducing Britain's reliance on gas imports from overseas, the study found.

The findings, which give a boost to controversial proposals for commercial fracking, come from a survey by Populus of 4,000 adults, commissioned by UK Onshore Oil and Gas (UKOOG), the trade association representing the UK's onshore oil and gas industry.

The study found that 57% of people support the production of natural gas from shale in the UK, compared with 16% who oppose and 27% who are undecided.

More than two thirds (67%) agree that Britain needs to produce its own energy so it is not reliant on gas from other countries, compared with just 1% who disagree.

Nearly three fifths (59%) would be willing to see natural gas from shale production go ahead as long as it forms part of a mix that includes renewable energy sources, with only 12% disagreeing.

Ken Cronin, chief executive of UKOOG, said: "This survey shows that most people across the country think that shale gas should be developed. More than four out of five of us heat our homes with gas, and Britain's shale resource gives us the opportunity to become less dependent on foreign energy supplies, create tens of thousands of jobs and support our manufacturing industries.

"Shale gas and renewables are complementary, and our survey confirms that the public would like to see a balanced mix that includes both sources of energy. Whilst these results are positive, our industry needs to continue to do all it can to listen to and engage with the views of local communities."

:: Populus interviewed 4,086 adults in Great Britain online between June 13 and 19.

A Greenpeace spokesman said: " Surely it's no coincidence that the only survey out there showing this level of public support for fracking has been commissioned by the industry lobby. All independent polls show less than half of Britain backs shale drilling.

"This is just more smoke and mirrors to hide the obvious fact that fracking remains a highly controversial industry, far less popular than clean and safe alternatives like wind and solar."

Green Party MP Caroline Lucas dismissed the poll result as "an absolute outlier" and said she believed some of the questions it asked were "quite dubious in the way they were phrased".

She also criticised the heavy redaction of a Government report into the potential impact of fracking on affected areas - including on house prices.

The official analysis - titled Shale Gas: Rural Economy Impacts - had several key sections obscured when it was published.

"This report would be comical if it wasn't so serious because there is just so much of it that has been blacked out," Ms Lucas told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme.

"If we are going to have a proper debate about energy futures in this country, we can't do that if the Government isn't being straight with the British public.

"The only conclusion you can draw from looking at this report is that the Government has something to hide and I think we need to know what it is."

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4:20pm Tue 12 Aug 14

deBauch says...

My good "god" did the Echo journo not read the question on the poll?!?! Its one of THE most skewed poll questions that I've witnessed in over 50 years of my life. It soft soaped everything so much that it almost reeked of Daz..it downplayed the chemicals, the geological immensity of firing depleted Uranium off under our houses without our consent, and it went on about gas for decades (when we don't even know whats down there?!? and The Weald has already proven to be a busted flush) and the jobs nonsense thats already been blown out of the water with this Ponzi scheme of an fracking industry.

And hey, what about the "governments" OWN regularly conducted DECC polls that have been going on for over a year and have shown nose diving support for fracking to the extent that now only 20% of Britons want anything to do with this toxic industry and its thousands of wells littering our awesome spectacular Countryside. Its just not wanted so why do they constantly try and convince us that it is and hide any reason from us that could possibly us off?!?

With ever mounting evidence coming out of the frackfields of America of just how environmentally damaging, human and animal health harming fracking is you'd think that our glorious leaders would AT LEAST apply the "precautionary principle" and investigate the effects that the industry has had where its already operated rather than keep lying to us and covering up information that is quite clearly in the public interest...it tends to get us Southern folk suspicious

My folks are just downwind from Milton thats slated for getting covered in poison belching, methane flaring fracking rigs..let alone that I'm from the area and I have the kind of deep seated love for the place that only a true Wessexman can have for his lande. I at least expect our glorious leaders to thoroughly investigate my Mum and Dads backyard being turned into a frackfield by at doing the bare minimum of commissioning reports and studies into the environmental and health effects in what is in effect a mass public health experiment thats been conducted on the poor unfortunate citizens of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Texas etc rather than trying to sneak or ramrod through what is a lethal and poisonous industry upon a folk that not only don't want it, but that same DECC poll shows that 80% of us want to transition to renewable energy as fast as we possibly can...our children and grandchildren depend upon it

BAN FRACKING WORLDWIDE NOW
My good "god" did the Echo journo not read the question on the poll?!?! Its one of THE most skewed poll questions that I've witnessed in over 50 years of my life. It soft soaped everything so much that it almost reeked of Daz..it downplayed the chemicals, the geological immensity of firing depleted Uranium off under our houses without our consent, and it went on about gas for decades (when we don't even know whats down there?!? and The Weald has already proven to be a busted flush) and the jobs nonsense thats already been blown out of the water with this Ponzi scheme of an fracking industry. And hey, what about the "governments" OWN regularly conducted DECC polls that have been going on for over a year and have shown nose diving support for fracking to the extent that now only 20% of Britons want anything to do with this toxic industry and its thousands of wells littering our awesome spectacular Countryside. Its just not wanted so why do they constantly try and convince us that it is and hide any reason from us that could possibly us off?!? With ever mounting evidence coming out of the frackfields of America of just how environmentally damaging, human and animal health harming fracking is you'd think that our glorious leaders would AT LEAST apply the "precautionary principle" and investigate the effects that the industry has had where its already operated rather than keep lying to us and covering up information that is quite clearly in the public interest...it tends to get us Southern folk suspicious My folks are just downwind from Milton thats slated for getting covered in poison belching, methane flaring fracking rigs..let alone that I'm from the area and I have the kind of deep seated love for the place that only a true Wessexman can have for his lande. I at least expect our glorious leaders to thoroughly investigate my Mum and Dads backyard being turned into a frackfield by at doing the bare minimum of commissioning reports and studies into the environmental and health effects in what is in effect a mass public health experiment thats been conducted on the poor unfortunate citizens of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Texas etc rather than trying to sneak or ramrod through what is a lethal and poisonous industry upon a folk that not only don't want it, but that same DECC poll shows that 80% of us want to transition to renewable energy as fast as we possibly can...our children and grandchildren depend upon it BAN FRACKING WORLDWIDE NOW deBauch
  • Score: 2

8:25pm Thu 14 Aug 14

eyesropen says...

Funny that when a recent Government survey found that 74% are against fracking. Pretty stupid to believe the results of this survey carried out by the fracking industry!

Exploratory drilling will begin in Swanage in October, with the drill pad being constructed from 1st Sept. This will give the residents of Purbeck a taste of the disruption caused by this aside from the use of thousands of gallons of drinking water in a drought prone part of the country, toxic waste water that needs to be disposed of, the high liklehood of pollution of air, soil and groundwater and earth tremors. Corfe will have numerous HGVs passing through its narrow streets daily on the way to Swanage. And lets not forget that if full scale fracking goes ahead it won't be a case of one or two drill pads, there will be a network of them throughout the area. Do a bit of research: Read about the experiences of poisoned water and soil, sick people, dead livestock and pets, earthquakes and drought of people in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Texas for a start off. Think the industry here will be better regulated? Really?! Your government is desperate to keep research about the effect of fracking on house prices from you and rush through legislation that will allow them to drill under your homes without your permission. Remember also that numerous government bigwigs have their fingers in the fracking pie. Enough said...
Funny that when a recent Government survey found that 74% are against fracking. Pretty stupid to believe the results of this survey carried out by the fracking industry! Exploratory drilling will begin in Swanage in October, with the drill pad being constructed from 1st Sept. This will give the residents of Purbeck a taste of the disruption caused by this aside from the use of thousands of gallons of drinking water in a drought prone part of the country, toxic waste water that needs to be disposed of, the high liklehood of pollution of air, soil and groundwater and earth tremors. Corfe will have numerous HGVs passing through its narrow streets daily on the way to Swanage. And lets not forget that if full scale fracking goes ahead it won't be a case of one or two drill pads, there will be a network of them throughout the area. Do a bit of research: Read about the experiences of poisoned water and soil, sick people, dead livestock and pets, earthquakes and drought of people in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Texas for a start off. Think the industry here will be better regulated? Really?! Your government is desperate to keep research about the effect of fracking on house prices from you and rush through legislation that will allow them to drill under your homes without your permission. Remember also that numerous government bigwigs have their fingers in the fracking pie. Enough said... eyesropen
  • Score: 1

11:44am Sat 13 Sep 14

Dan Soton says...

,,

WARNING! .. Burning WOOD biomass reduces the biosphere's ability to absorb carbon.


WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. plans are afoot to build a land grabbing, pollution generating timber/grass incinerating Helius biomass plant in the heart of Southampton..




GREENHOUSE GAS LEVELS RISING AT FASTEST RATE SINCE 1984

9 September 2014 Last updated at 03:09

Matt McGrath By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News
A surge in atmospheric CO2 saw levels of greenhouse gases reach record levels in 2013, according to new figures.

Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere between 2012 and 2013 grew at their fastest rate since 1984.

The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) says that it highlights the need for a global climate treaty.

But the UK's energy secretary Ed Davey said that any such agreement might not contain legally binding emissions cuts, as has been previously envisaged.

The WMO's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin doesn't measure emissions from power station smokestacks but instead records how much of the warming gases remain in the atmosphere after the complex interactions that take place between the air, the land and the oceans.

The bulletin suggests that in 2013, the increase in CO2 was due not only to increased emissions but also to a reduced carbon uptake by the Earth's biosphere.

THE SCIENTISTS AT THE WMO ARE PUZZLED BY THIS DEVELOPMENT. THAT LAST TIME THERE WAS A REDUCTION IN THE BIOSPHERE'S ABILITY TO ABSORB CARBON WAS 1998, WHEN THERE WAS EXTENSIVE BURNING OF BIOMASS WORLDWIDE, COUPLED WITH EL NINO CONDITIONS.

"In 2013 there are no obvious impacts on the biosphere so it is more worrying," said Oksana Tarasova.


http://www.bbc.co.uk
/news/science-enviro
nment-29115845


,,,
,, WARNING! .. Burning WOOD biomass reduces the biosphere's ability to absorb carbon. WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. plans are afoot to build a land grabbing, pollution generating timber/grass incinerating Helius biomass plant in the heart of Southampton.. GREENHOUSE GAS LEVELS RISING AT FASTEST RATE SINCE 1984 9 September 2014 Last updated at 03:09 Matt McGrath By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News A surge in atmospheric CO2 saw levels of greenhouse gases reach record levels in 2013, according to new figures. Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere between 2012 and 2013 grew at their fastest rate since 1984. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) says that it highlights the need for a global climate treaty. But the UK's energy secretary Ed Davey said that any such agreement might not contain legally binding emissions cuts, as has been previously envisaged. The WMO's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin doesn't measure emissions from power station smokestacks but instead records how much of the warming gases remain in the atmosphere after the complex interactions that take place between the air, the land and the oceans. The bulletin suggests that in 2013, the increase in CO2 was due not only to increased emissions but also to a reduced carbon uptake by the Earth's biosphere. THE SCIENTISTS AT THE WMO ARE PUZZLED BY THIS DEVELOPMENT. THAT LAST TIME THERE WAS A REDUCTION IN THE BIOSPHERE'S ABILITY TO ABSORB CARBON WAS 1998, WHEN THERE WAS EXTENSIVE BURNING OF BIOMASS WORLDWIDE, COUPLED WITH EL NINO CONDITIONS. "In 2013 there are no obvious impacts on the biosphere so it is more worrying," said Oksana Tarasova. http://www.bbc.co.uk /news/science-enviro nment-29115845 ,,, Dan Soton
  • Score: -1

12:21am Wed 17 Sep 14

Dan Soton says...

Dan Soton wrote:
,,

WARNING! .. Burning WOOD biomass reduces the biosphere's ability to absorb carbon.


WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. plans are afoot to build a land grabbing, pollution generating timber/grass incinerating Helius biomass plant in the heart of Southampton..




GREENHOUSE GAS LEVELS RISING AT FASTEST RATE SINCE 1984

9 September 2014 Last updated at 03:09

Matt McGrath By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News
A surge in atmospheric CO2 saw levels of greenhouse gases reach record levels in 2013, according to new figures.

Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere between 2012 and 2013 grew at their fastest rate since 1984.

The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) says that it highlights the need for a global climate treaty.

But the UK's energy secretary Ed Davey said that any such agreement might not contain legally binding emissions cuts, as has been previously envisaged.

The WMO's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin doesn't measure emissions from power station smokestacks but instead records how much of the warming gases remain in the atmosphere after the complex interactions that take place between the air, the land and the oceans.

The bulletin suggests that in 2013, the increase in CO2 was due not only to increased emissions but also to a reduced carbon uptake by the Earth's biosphere.

THE SCIENTISTS AT THE WMO ARE PUZZLED BY THIS DEVELOPMENT. THAT LAST TIME THERE WAS A REDUCTION IN THE BIOSPHERE'S ABILITY TO ABSORB CARBON WAS 1998, WHEN THERE WAS EXTENSIVE BURNING OF BIOMASS WORLDWIDE, COUPLED WITH EL NINO CONDITIONS.

"In 2013 there are no obvious impacts on the biosphere so it is more worrying," said Oksana Tarasova.


http://www.bbc.co.uk

/news/science-enviro

nment-29115845


,,,
,,


WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. The UK and other EU countries are posing a serious threat to the Worlds highly biodiverse forests




EU BIOFUEL DEMAND IS DRIVING LAND GRABS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH

11th September 2014

With the EU projected to source most of its 'renewable' energy by burning biomass, its policies are leading to widespread land-grabbing and forest destruction, writes Oliver Munnion. And because many of the biomass projects are purely speculative, 'sustainability standards' will do little or nothing to improve practice on the ground.

There's only one sensible and genuinely sustainable course of action: the EU must reduce its demand for energy and wood, and to stop subsidies for large-scale biomass electricity.

IN THE UK ALONE, POWER STATION DEVELOPERS HAVE ANNOUNCED PLANS WHICH INVOLVE BURNING OVER 68 MILLION TONNES OF WOOD EVERY YEAR - THAT'S 6.8 TIMES OUR ENTIRE ANNUAL WOOD PRODUCTION.


http://www.theecolog
ist.org/campaigning/
2550048/eu_biofuel_d
emand_is_driving_lan
d_grabs_in_the_globa
l_south.html


,,,
[quote][p][bold]Dan Soton[/bold] wrote: ,, WARNING! .. Burning WOOD biomass reduces the biosphere's ability to absorb carbon. WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. plans are afoot to build a land grabbing, pollution generating timber/grass incinerating Helius biomass plant in the heart of Southampton.. GREENHOUSE GAS LEVELS RISING AT FASTEST RATE SINCE 1984 9 September 2014 Last updated at 03:09 Matt McGrath By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News A surge in atmospheric CO2 saw levels of greenhouse gases reach record levels in 2013, according to new figures. Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere between 2012 and 2013 grew at their fastest rate since 1984. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) says that it highlights the need for a global climate treaty. But the UK's energy secretary Ed Davey said that any such agreement might not contain legally binding emissions cuts, as has been previously envisaged. The WMO's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin doesn't measure emissions from power station smokestacks but instead records how much of the warming gases remain in the atmosphere after the complex interactions that take place between the air, the land and the oceans. The bulletin suggests that in 2013, the increase in CO2 was due not only to increased emissions but also to a reduced carbon uptake by the Earth's biosphere. THE SCIENTISTS AT THE WMO ARE PUZZLED BY THIS DEVELOPMENT. THAT LAST TIME THERE WAS A REDUCTION IN THE BIOSPHERE'S ABILITY TO ABSORB CARBON WAS 1998, WHEN THERE WAS EXTENSIVE BURNING OF BIOMASS WORLDWIDE, COUPLED WITH EL NINO CONDITIONS. "In 2013 there are no obvious impacts on the biosphere so it is more worrying," said Oksana Tarasova. http://www.bbc.co.uk /news/science-enviro nment-29115845 ,,,[/p][/quote],, WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. The UK and other EU countries are posing a serious threat to the Worlds highly biodiverse forests EU BIOFUEL DEMAND IS DRIVING LAND GRABS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH 11th September 2014 With the EU projected to source most of its 'renewable' energy by burning biomass, its policies are leading to widespread land-grabbing and forest destruction, writes Oliver Munnion. And because many of the biomass projects are purely speculative, 'sustainability standards' will do little or nothing to improve practice on the ground. There's only one sensible and genuinely sustainable course of action: the EU must reduce its demand for energy and wood, and to stop subsidies for large-scale biomass electricity. IN THE UK ALONE, POWER STATION DEVELOPERS HAVE ANNOUNCED PLANS WHICH INVOLVE BURNING OVER 68 MILLION TONNES OF WOOD EVERY YEAR - THAT'S 6.8 TIMES OUR ENTIRE ANNUAL WOOD PRODUCTION. http://www.theecolog ist.org/campaigning/ 2550048/eu_biofuel_d emand_is_driving_lan d_grabs_in_the_globa l_south.html ,,, Dan Soton
  • Score: 0

12:22am Wed 17 Sep 14

Dan Soton says...

Dan Soton wrote:
Dan Soton wrote:
,,

WARNING! .. Burning WOOD biomass reduces the biosphere's ability to absorb carbon.


WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. plans are afoot to build a land grabbing, pollution generating timber/grass incinerating Helius biomass plant in the heart of Southampton..




GREENHOUSE GAS LEVELS RISING AT FASTEST RATE SINCE 1984

9 September 2014 Last updated at 03:09

Matt McGrath By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News
A surge in atmospheric CO2 saw levels of greenhouse gases reach record levels in 2013, according to new figures.

Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere between 2012 and 2013 grew at their fastest rate since 1984.

The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) says that it highlights the need for a global climate treaty.

But the UK's energy secretary Ed Davey said that any such agreement might not contain legally binding emissions cuts, as has been previously envisaged.

The WMO's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin doesn't measure emissions from power station smokestacks but instead records how much of the warming gases remain in the atmosphere after the complex interactions that take place between the air, the land and the oceans.

The bulletin suggests that in 2013, the increase in CO2 was due not only to increased emissions but also to a reduced carbon uptake by the Earth's biosphere.

THE SCIENTISTS AT THE WMO ARE PUZZLED BY THIS DEVELOPMENT. THAT LAST TIME THERE WAS A REDUCTION IN THE BIOSPHERE'S ABILITY TO ABSORB CARBON WAS 1998, WHEN THERE WAS EXTENSIVE BURNING OF BIOMASS WORLDWIDE, COUPLED WITH EL NINO CONDITIONS.

"In 2013 there are no obvious impacts on the biosphere so it is more worrying," said Oksana Tarasova.


http://www.bbc.co.uk


/news/science-enviro


nment-29115845


,,,
,,


WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. The UK and other EU countries are posing a serious threat to the Worlds highly biodiverse forests




EU BIOFUEL DEMAND IS DRIVING LAND GRABS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH

11th September 2014

With the EU projected to source most of its 'renewable' energy by burning biomass, its policies are leading to widespread land-grabbing and forest destruction, writes Oliver Munnion. And because many of the biomass projects are purely speculative, 'sustainability standards' will do little or nothing to improve practice on the ground.

There's only one sensible and genuinely sustainable course of action: the EU must reduce its demand for energy and wood, and to stop subsidies for large-scale biomass electricity.

IN THE UK ALONE, POWER STATION DEVELOPERS HAVE ANNOUNCED PLANS WHICH INVOLVE BURNING OVER 68 MILLION TONNES OF WOOD EVERY YEAR - THAT'S 6.8 TIMES OUR ENTIRE ANNUAL WOOD PRODUCTION.


http://www.theecolog

ist.org/campaigning/

2550048/eu_biofuel_d

emand_is_driving_lan

d_grabs_in_the_globa

l_south.html


,,,
,,

Helius heading for bankruptcy..

Not looking good for Helius's land grabbing, pollution generating timber/grass incinerating biomass projects..


Tue, 16th September 2014 -

Helius Energy has received notification from an investment partner that it does not intend to participate in providing equity to the Avonmouth project.



http://www.heliusene
rgy.com/rns_viewer.p
hp?id=22048072


,,
[quote][p][bold]Dan Soton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dan Soton[/bold] wrote: ,, WARNING! .. Burning WOOD biomass reduces the biosphere's ability to absorb carbon. WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. plans are afoot to build a land grabbing, pollution generating timber/grass incinerating Helius biomass plant in the heart of Southampton.. GREENHOUSE GAS LEVELS RISING AT FASTEST RATE SINCE 1984 9 September 2014 Last updated at 03:09 Matt McGrath By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News A surge in atmospheric CO2 saw levels of greenhouse gases reach record levels in 2013, according to new figures. Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere between 2012 and 2013 grew at their fastest rate since 1984. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) says that it highlights the need for a global climate treaty. But the UK's energy secretary Ed Davey said that any such agreement might not contain legally binding emissions cuts, as has been previously envisaged. The WMO's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin doesn't measure emissions from power station smokestacks but instead records how much of the warming gases remain in the atmosphere after the complex interactions that take place between the air, the land and the oceans. The bulletin suggests that in 2013, the increase in CO2 was due not only to increased emissions but also to a reduced carbon uptake by the Earth's biosphere. THE SCIENTISTS AT THE WMO ARE PUZZLED BY THIS DEVELOPMENT. THAT LAST TIME THERE WAS A REDUCTION IN THE BIOSPHERE'S ABILITY TO ABSORB CARBON WAS 1998, WHEN THERE WAS EXTENSIVE BURNING OF BIOMASS WORLDWIDE, COUPLED WITH EL NINO CONDITIONS. "In 2013 there are no obvious impacts on the biosphere so it is more worrying," said Oksana Tarasova. http://www.bbc.co.uk /news/science-enviro nment-29115845 ,,,[/p][/quote],, WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!.. The UK and other EU countries are posing a serious threat to the Worlds highly biodiverse forests EU BIOFUEL DEMAND IS DRIVING LAND GRABS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH 11th September 2014 With the EU projected to source most of its 'renewable' energy by burning biomass, its policies are leading to widespread land-grabbing and forest destruction, writes Oliver Munnion. And because many of the biomass projects are purely speculative, 'sustainability standards' will do little or nothing to improve practice on the ground. There's only one sensible and genuinely sustainable course of action: the EU must reduce its demand for energy and wood, and to stop subsidies for large-scale biomass electricity. IN THE UK ALONE, POWER STATION DEVELOPERS HAVE ANNOUNCED PLANS WHICH INVOLVE BURNING OVER 68 MILLION TONNES OF WOOD EVERY YEAR - THAT'S 6.8 TIMES OUR ENTIRE ANNUAL WOOD PRODUCTION. http://www.theecolog ist.org/campaigning/ 2550048/eu_biofuel_d emand_is_driving_lan d_grabs_in_the_globa l_south.html ,,,[/p][/quote],, Helius heading for bankruptcy.. Not looking good for Helius's land grabbing, pollution generating timber/grass incinerating biomass projects.. Tue, 16th September 2014 - Helius Energy has received notification from an investment partner that it does not intend to participate in providing equity to the Avonmouth project. http://www.heliusene rgy.com/rns_viewer.p hp?id=22048072 ,, Dan Soton
  • Score: 1

1:49pm Tue 21 Oct 14

Dan Soton says...

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HAMPSHIRE'S VERY OWN SOLAR EDEN PROJECT...


Within the next 10 years?.. Huge Solar greenhouses generating power, increasing food yields and saving water...



http://www.extremete
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,, HAMPSHIRE'S VERY OWN SOLAR EDEN PROJECT... Within the next 10 years?.. Huge Solar greenhouses generating power, increasing food yields and saving water... http://www.extremete ch.com/extreme/18866 7-a-fully-transparen t-solar-cell-that-co uld-make-every-windo w-and-screen-a-power -source ,, Dan Soton
  • Score: 0
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