Anyone who has reached the top of a mountain peak will attest its a dangerous place for a loose fitting hat. As we attempt to harness the powers of our planet, location is always a part of the equation. This factor will soon drive solar panels in orbit, and windmills in the clouds.
It turns out that wind and solar have one thing in common, the further up you go the higher the yield. When you consider that a high number of opposing arguments are based on traditional aesthetics or noise, the idea of heading to the clouds becomes a profitable opportunity of little resistance beyond engineering.