Sir: The ideal place for wind turbines is not in our National Parks nor out at sea, nor on London's rooftops (letter, 5 February). It is at Sellafield, Torness and Sizewell.
They're all in windy places with already ugly buildings, not where people want to go bathing - and the transmission lines are already there. Maybe they'll help Nuclear Electric make a profit - or is it against their principles to use a safe source of power?
A A KRAKIEWKZ
Lambley, NottinghamshireReuse content