Gallery: Is The UK Church Trying To Profit From Building Wind Turbines?

 

We’ve reported in the past about how the Christian church is embracing renewable energy with the Vatican installing solar panels, but now it looks like they are taking it a step further and trying to profit from it. In the UK, the Diocese of Exeter has proposed plans to erect six wind turbines on church land in the parishes of Black Torrington, Chittlehampton and East Anstey in north Devon, saying the decision is “to sustain the ecology of the Earth for future generations before God”. The choice to install wind turbines though, has irked several people who have accused the church of trying to make money from the technology.

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  1. jsv May 3, 2012 at 11:04 am

    Who says the church can’t make money? They need money to operate just like anything or anyone else.

  2. jsv May 3, 2012 at 11:03 am

    Who says churches can’t make money? They have to have money to operate just like anything or anyone else.

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