I fear, I am - and, as I implied, I think that not enough thought is given to the possible effect on climate and ecosystems of considerably increasing the amount of energy we we suck out of wind and waves etc. Solar is probably the 'safest' in that sense, but (unless we can develop realistic methods of large scale electricity storage) it is only available during daylight hours, is not realistic in many parts of the world, and (if on a very large scale) certainly very destructive of landscapes.
I wouldn't imagine that many people would believe that wind farms, on any credible scale, would significantly reduce the amount of energy in the atmosphere. However, very small localised disturbances of atmospheric energy could conceivably have effects on climate dramatically disproportionate to the magnitude of that disturbance. Think chaos theory. 'interfering with nature' without an incredibly good understanding of it can be dangerous.
Most of my family bought diesels When Tony told us they were the bees knees and gave us incentives to do so.
We should not now be paying the price of doing so because the current government thinks they are so awful.