Power Shock: Chicago University Proves Unreliable Wind & Solar Send Power Prices Soaring

Adding chaotically intermittent wind and solar to your grid is a guarantee of rocketing power prices. The battle between the Big Three wind and solar ‘superpowers’ – South Australia, Germany and Denmark – is all about whether its South Australians, Germans or Danes who get to suffer the world’s highest power prices. The current ‘winner’ is South Australia.

Try as they might, RE zealots have a hard time proving that wind and solar aren’t responsible for out of this world power prices – see this post, for example: South Australia’s 50% Renewable Energy Fail: World’s Highest Power Prices Caused by Subsidised Wind & Solar

Meanwhile, back on Earth, a team from the Chicago School of Economics have just proved the bleeding obvious.

Here’s Michael Shellenberger detailing what STT followers know all too well.

STOP THESE THINGS

Adding chaotically intermittent wind and solar to your grid is a guarantee of rocketing power prices. The battle between the Big Three wind and solar ‘superpowers’ – South Australia, Germany and Denmark – is all about whether its South Australians, Germans or Danes who get to suffer the world’s highest power prices. The current ‘winner’ is South Australia.

Try as they might, RE zealots have a hard time proving that wind and solar aren’t responsible for out of this world power prices – see this post, for example: South Australia’s 50% Renewable Energy Fail: World’s Highest Power Prices Caused by Subsidised Wind & Solar

Meanwhile, back on Earth, a team from the Chicago School of Economics have just proved the bleeding obvious.

Here’s Michael Shellenberger detailing what STT followers know all too well.

Unreliable Nature Of Solar And Wind Makes Electricity More Expensive, New Study Finds
Forbes
Michael Shellenberger
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