Some questions posed by Hampshire Group member, Philip Jordan:
1) What storage of electricity they provide i.e. to store energy/electricity when the wind blows, for use when it's calm?
2) How much of the year their records show they are becalmed?
3) How answers to 1) & 2) apply across the UK - really vital facts to refute all the anti-renewable energy hype going on!
Since it is not always windy everywhere, the weather varies according to location e.g. Cornwall is several hundred miles from Southend and has rather more than twice the rainfall, with East Anglia being UN classified as "semi-arrid" whereas no one would put Cornwall in that Category. And of course Reading is more or less half way between.