The greatest con job in history started with the idea that you can run an economy on sunshine and breezes.
Sequentially, inevitably, every myth and lie put forward by renewable energy rent seekers and their shrinking band of acolytes gets busted and exposed.
Lines like: wind power is cheaper than coal (it isn’t); the wind is always blowing somewhere (it isn’t); this wind farm will power 30,000 homes (it doesn’t and never will); and that the ‘transition’ to an all renewable energy future is simply inevitable (sure, provided it’s a transition to the Dark Ages that you’re looking for?) – sound even more nonsensical, by the day.
The example set by South Australia provides more than enough ammunition for those keen to hammer RE zealots.
As does this piece of analysis by Norman Rogers.