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Atlantic Array turbines 'would overwhelm Lundy'

26 November 2013 Last updated at 11:21 GMT

The charity which owns Lundy Island off north Devon has been describing why the proposed site of a wind farm in the Bristol Channel was inappropriate.

Energy company RWE Innogy has pulled the 240-turbine Atlantic Array project, which would have covered a 77 sq mile.

Derek Green, who manages the island owned by the Landmark Trust, told BBC Devon such turbines would "overwhelm and dwarf" their neighbour.

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