IÂ´m terribly sorry, but they are an ecologic Problem. Not only does the sound desturb enviroment, even the movement of the wings is influencing nature. Luckily, The irish geographie is not as flat as the continental north-sea coast, but go to Frisia and look at those "windparks" with dozends of turbines. And think of the economic impact. They are much too expensive to be build without govermental aid. And at last, imagin The hills of Kerry topped by those things, where should the shy irish sheeps produce the famous irish wool and where will shy conntinental tourists go?