Renewables Fiasco: The Astronomical Cost of Germany’s ‘Green’ Energy Failure

Their collective reliance on the wind and/or sun for power places South Australia, Denmark and Germany at the top of the retail power price league table.
Like South Australia, Germany’s grid is on the very brink of collapse. Power consumers (read ‘voters’) are furious and those in power appear powerless to undo the damage.
Here’s NoTricksZone picking up the Wall Street Journal’s view of Germany’s unfolding renewable energy disaster. Bear in mind that the WSJ it is loathe to criticise subsidised renewables, indeed it’s been one of America’s most strident barrackers for Nature’s ‘wonder fuels’: sunshine and breezes.

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Their collective reliance on the wind and/or sun for power places South Australia, Denmark and Germany at the top of the retail power price league table.

Like South Australia, Germany’s grid is on the very brink of collapse. Power consumers (read ‘voters’) are furious and those in power appear powerless to undo the damage.

Here’s NoTricksZone picking up the Wall Street Journal’s view of Germany’s unfolding renewable energy disaster. Bear in mind that the WSJ it is loathe to criticise subsidised renewables, indeed it’s been one of America’s most strident barrackers for Nature’s ‘wonder fuels’: sunshine and breezes.

Wall Street Journal Calls Merkel’s Energiewende “A Meltdown” Involving “Astronomical Costs”
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Pierre Gosselin
19 November 2017

The Editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal here put out an accurate, concise assessment of how Germany’s “Energiewende” (transition away from fossil and nuclear energies over to green energies) has been faring so…

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