This sounds very expensive.
Over the next four years he intends to erect 2,700 turbines across 200,000 acres of the Texan panhandle. The scheme is five times bigger than the world\’s current record-holding wind farm and when finished will supply 4,000 megawatts of electricity – enough to power about one million homes.
It\’s not just the breathtaking scale of the scheme that is striking, though at a total cost of $10bn it impresses even Pickens himself
$10 billion to power a million homes? Wouldn\’t nuclear be vastly cheaper?