Tipping Point: Wind & Solar Chaos Forces Britain to Spend £1.5 Billion A Year Balancing Its Grid

If wind and solar are meant to be a ‘cure’, then it’s one that’s clearly worse than the disease. Touted everywhere as both reliable and cheap, the experience in Britain (and everywhere else for that matter) is all to the contrary. As night follows day, add chaotically intermittent wind and solar to your grid, and power prices rocket and the grid itself faces mortal threat.

Dr John Constable has been warning about the consequences for years. Here is laying it out, once again.

STOP THESE THINGS

If wind and solar are meant to be a ‘cure’, then it’s one that’s clearly worse than the disease. Touted everywhere as both reliable and cheap, the experience in Britain (and everywhere else for that matter) is all to the contrary. As night follows day, add chaotically intermittent wind and solar to your grid, and power prices rocket and the grid itself faces mortal threat.

Dr John Constable has been warning about the consequences for years. Here is laying it out, once again.

The Brink of Darkness: Britain’s Fragile Power Grid
The Global Warming Policy Foundation
John Constable
June 2020

Executive Summary

  • Steadily rising costs since 2002, and two major events in the last twelve months, one instantaneous and one still ongoing, have exposed the underlying and increasing weakness of the United Kingdom’s renewables-dominated electricity supply industry, requiring insupportably large injections of additional resources to patch the system and secure…

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