Wind Turbine Syndrome affects more people than previously thought


A survey was conducted on wind farm noise as part of a Master’s dissertation by Zhenhua Wang, a graduate student in Geography, Environment and Population at the University of Adelaide, Australia. The results show that 70% of respondents living up to 5km away report being negatively affected by wind turbine noise, with more than 50% of them “very or moderately negatively affected”. This is considerably higher than what was found in previous studies conducted in Europe.

Posted on March 6, 2012 by Anthony Watts at Wattsupwiththat.com, the rest is here

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