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I would personally favour the development of wind farms in the Little Russell area- we have an abundance of wind but a paucity of substantial solar energy. Even better would be biogas - that ghastly spectacle that barely qualifies as a fayre at Oatlands could be demolished and replaced with an irrigation tank whilst the vast open fields adjacent to that area and the greenhouses across the road ought to be designated for the cultivation of crops/plants ( I am not sure exactly which ones, but species that are adapted to living in temperate climates- though we may need ones suited for drier climates if global warming is accelerated) as the carbon dioxide they release when being burned is tantamount to that they absorb via photosynthesis, thereby restoring the dynamic equilibrium of the carbon cycle. Nevertheless, the ultimate question is whether we ought to remove the issue at source or merely counterpoise it.