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Home wind turbines have become the must-have home improvement among people eager to help save the planet and flaunt their green credentials.
Dubbed 'the ultimate green fashion statement', are selling in their thousands amid claims they can cut household electricity bills by 30 per cent.
But now environmental campaigners say the windmills are not quite what they claim to be - and may actually do more harm than good.
As well as being noisy and unsightly, they barely produce enough electricity to power a hairdryer in many houses.
They also do nothing to tackle greenhouses gases, while there are far better ways to cut down on energy bills.
Although there are currently just 650 home wind turbines installed that number is set to grow massively as the makers of the most popular wind turbine, Windsave, have had orders of more than 15,000 ahead of Christmas for their WS1000 unit which sells for just under £1,500 at B&Q.