My own view is that the technology is flawed, but nobody is going to listen to me!
Having said that, it looks we are going to be lumbered with the feckin' things come hell or high water, so we'll just have to make the best of it.
Peterhead and Aberdeen seem reasonable suggestions, as the infrastructure to support the North Sea Oil industry is already in place. The oil sector will start to run down soon, and already there is talk of a decommissioning industry to recycle all the equipment from the oil platforms. The engineering expertiese to build offshore structures is already here, so I suppose it makes sense to utilise that to build wind turbines.
It still doesn't change my view that this is flawed technology however, and if the climate change "experts" are to be believed, we are in for much wetter weather. Personally, I think hydro is the way to go for renewable sources. After all, I've NEVER seen the Dee/Don/Deveron/Spey Etc. dry up yet, but there have been many days that the wind hasn't been enough to ruffle my curls! Not that I've got any left!
BLESSED ARE THOSE WHO ARE CRACKED,
FOR THEY ARE THE ONES WHO LET IN THE LIGHT