Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And early cars were crap and expensive and 'would never catch on' and if only Mr Ford spent his time instead on breeding a better horse. Zzzzzzzz.
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The tide always happens. As we are an island, one might assume that this vastly untapped resource will complement the green technologies furthermore.
Mr Garnet, photovoltaic cells are much, much more effective than you give credit for.
Just because you don't take an interest in politics doesn't mean that politics won't take an interest in you. PERICLES.
if all this green crap is so good, why don't we have a windmill powering Dover council offices??
you could suggest it Bob at committee ?? just look at the savings.
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They did have a wind turbine up there for a few years, got taken down after developing a fault that was too expensive to repair I believe.
Germany just got a cancellation and have lost a 100 million euro deal to supply American cars .
wonder when the US military will be leaving
Is that the one that was announced back In January for electric cars, old news if so.
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I noticed while walking down Alfred Road earlier that parked cars currently take up about half the width of the pavements on both sides, which makes walking a bit of a squeeze. But electric cars will need to be parked even closer to the houses to accommodate the cables. No problem: pedestrians will have more space to walk in the road. Win win.
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