Don't waste estuary power
MUCH concern has been expressed of the effect the 10 per cent price rise in electricity supply will have on the elderly and the poor. Perhaps as much concern should shown, to the effect the price rise will have on industry and the NHS.
If industrial giants like Tata are complaining they are already finding it hard to meet present day costs, will we start seeing smaller firms go under? With more you people out of work where will the money come from to pay the pensions?
Britain earned money from wool producing yarn for export using the waterwheel.
For 100,000 years since the last Ice Age the Severn Estuary has constantly ebb and flowed twice a day with the second highest tidal range in the world.
A dependable safe clean source of power to hand that has not got to be shipped halfway around the world.
Unlike the unreliable wind turbines that have to switch off if the wind is too strong or not just blowing then are paid a handsome subsidy.
George Brinley Evans