SIR - Nigel Baker (Letters, January 2) asserts that "when the wind does blow the excess electricity that is generated can be stored and used".
Of course it can't. The storage technology does not exist.
He also rebuts my earlier claims that wind turbines can kill wildlife, cause helicopters to crash, damage health with low frequency noise, damage tourism, lower house prices and make a deafening noise.
Well, I can already prove all of these claims.
Furthermore, with 14 stupendously tall turbines, 600 feet in height, or half the height of the Empire State Building, planned for South Wales, my claims will be truer than ever.
LYN JAMES JENKINS
Gwbert, Cardigan, Ceredigion