I'm not sure that is entirely reasonable.
I specifically didn't want to get in to this discussion as it's rather contentious and people take things to heart and I'm here for help, not to rub people up the wrong way...
However, just this *one* post... ;-)
It could be said that unless provision is made to provide future power generation, there will come a point where you will not be able to power the TV to receive those transmissions you are afraid will be interfered with.
That's a given.
I should perhaps qualify my previous remark and say that windfarms are *next* to useless and on-shore windfarms are even more useless than that.
Power generation has to be done somewhere, somehow, and the strategy to do so has to take into account a whole range of considerations of green-ness , security of supply, and diversity. etc.
To describe them as 'useless' is bizarre.
Not in the slightest.
The poster-child for windpower is Denmark. They have spent *colossal* amounts on it. Look at a suitable map of Denmark and you'll see that the place is *peppered* with turbines. They are net *exporters* of power.
Have they closed a *single* conventional powerstation? Apparently not.
Because the wind is so unreliable they have to keep their powerstations running to pick up the slack.
Has Denmark's co2 output reduced? Yes and no. It's up and down like a yo-yo. The Uk's co2 output has steadily reduced over time.
What has Denmark had in return for their massive investment in WP? The highest energy costs in Europe and a ruined landscape. A *total* waste.
The only reason WP works even as well as it does in Denmark is that they are hooked up to a "Super Grid" with Scandinavia and Northern Germany. Scandinavia has a great deal of Hydro power which *can* be switched on at a moment's notice. Without this Super Grid, things would be even worse.
The Uk has very little Hydro which makes wind even less suitable for us.
If people want to waste money on WP then please be my guest but as a *minimum* place the installations *well* away from where people live, preferably out to sea.
And that's me off my soapbox.