The effective wind speed in the Betws area now is 1 mph, an average of 10 mph minus 9 mph needed to start the turbines, Therefore they are generating effectively nothing as usual and are completely useless at the cost of millions to the tax payer. Due to some days of sun, solar is 2.22%, the highest I have seen in months, and still negligible. Hydro is a negligible 1.47%, wind has collapsed to 5.92%. This is roughly its all year round average as metred by www.gridwatch.templar.co.uk. So these sources of power are useless. Nuclear and gas are flat out as usual. Solar often collapses to 0.00% and is monitored by the University of Sheffield and recorded on gridwatch. The wind industry is rapidly collapsing, a quarter of wind turbine companies have gone bankrupt in the past two or three years. This is a ridiculous energy policy in view of the thirty foot tide of the Bristol Channel, many other sources of hydro, ES and LENR.