The firm said it was planning to shut the Newport site as the wind turbine market in the UK was "not big enough".Secondly, the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth scraps its 50ft high 6kW wind turbines after they discover that not only do they mince the local birdlife...
An aquarium in Devon has taken down two wind turbines after seagulls were killed when they collided with the blades....but they also don't provide good power either:
The aquarium also said they had not produced as much electricity as hoped.Back to the drawing board, watermelons!
Caroline Johnson, of the aquarium, said: "The major problems included where they were positioned.
"The eddying effect of the wind meant they weren't producing as much energy as they potentially could have.