Germany to cut aviation safety limits on onshore wind expansion

Germany will reduce protection areas around air traffic control beacons in a bid to unlock more land for onshore wind farms, but questions remain as to how much new land will be unlocked.

by Craig Richard
The distance between wind turbines and air traffic control beacons (above) is set to be reduced (pic credit: Deutsche Flugsicherung)
The distance between wind turbines and air traffic control beacons (above) is set to be reduced (pic credit: Deutsche Flugsicherung)

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