Industry slams reports of "Wind Turbine Syndrome"

James S Murray
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British Wind Energy Association argues there is ample evidence to reject claims from US doctor that wind turbines are responsible for health problems

The wind energy industry has vigorously rejected new research from the US suggesting some residents living close to wind farms are susceptible to a collection of health risks dubbed "Wind Turbine Syndrome"....

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