CAMPAIGNERS packed another public meeting to discuss plans for a wind farm in Denby Dale.
More than 200 people discussed proposals for two turbines at a site in the Pool Hill area of the village by Alpha Wind Energy of Denmark.
Many are worried they will be affected by noise and say the site is too close to homes.
The meeting at St Augustine's Church, Scissett, was organised by Denby Dale Parish Council and attended by Residents Against wind farm (RAW).
Audrey Booth, spokesperson for the group, said: "Wind power should be integrated in government policy rather than being left to individual planning authorities.
"Neither should it be left up to companies whose motivation is really profit not energy or care of people."
The turbines can be up to 400ft high, which Mrs Booth said was far too big.
She said that interesting points were raised at the meeting; but protesters were annoyed to be classed as `Nimbys'- people who only campaign because plans affect their area.
Concerns were first raised 12 months ago when planning permission was granted for an anemometer, which measures windspeed on the site, owned by farmer Hector Buckley.
A planning application may be submitted early next year for the wind turbines, based on information collected using the anemometer.
RAW says the turbines will be visible for miles around and claim wind farms are not economic.
Council planning official Patrick Auterson outlined planning procedures that would be followed.