Industrial wind power has landed in the “it seemed like a good idea, at the time” pile of monumental human failures. Producing electricity at the whims of mother nature means wind power has absolutely no commercial value, at all: strangely, power consumers want electricity as and when they need it, not just when the wind happens to be blowing. Absent massive and endless subsidies, there would be no wind industry. Period.
But it gets worse; way worse. Not just useless and costly, it comes with an added insult: an environmental impact that will last for generations to come.
Bryan Fischer starts tallying up that staggering and enduring cost in a neat little analysis, below.
“Clean, renewable” energy is neither
3 March 2020
Eco-warriors are besotted with the myth that energy can be clean and renewable. The truth is that any “renewable” energy requires massive environmental impacts.
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