Galoot wrote:Sure, make some effort to scare the birds away or screen them from the center, but it isn't even vaguely a reason to limit these sort of installations.
I understand your skepticism, but to be honest my problem isn't really with birds killed. Until cost reduction is worked out better, I cannot see selling this costly energy to the public: it doubles the price in a state that already has one of the highest rates in the country. If the cost was competitive I would say damn the birds.
Running it as a R&D testing site is fine.