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Isn’t there enough evidence that show renewables are not working?

Author : Rudydoo

Submitted : 2018-02-26 10:26:15    Popularity:     

Tags: show  evidence  working  renewables  

Green Ideology’s Failed Experiment The twentieth century’s bequest of cheap, reliable electrical energy is now being undone. For the past decade or so, Australia and some other industrialised countries have been conducting vast experiments on their elect

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That's an interesting source, Quandrant dot org dot au. Two countries come to mind, Australia and Germany, who have gone overboard on the green thing the last 10 years. Most of the others are doing fine.

In the U.S., end of 2016 we were at 16% renewable, and year end 2017 19%. I'm fine with those numbers. Cost meanwhile has stayed at or below cost of living, except in heavy nuclear areas, like Chicago. For some reason that area has had much larger grid power cost increases.
We've been running our home on the wind and sun for 17 years now, so no, it hasn't failed in our back yard. Believe whatever you like. Up until about 5 months ago there used to be hundreds of posts on Y!A about failed wind energy. While they were all posting, we were busy installing wind turbines. Wind power will account for just shy of 20% total grid power in just a couple more years here. Makes me almost wonder if all the complainers about renewable were actually helping the cause. It's kinda what made me decide to put a turbine in our back yard in 1998, all the 'experts' said it doesn't work. Take care Solar, Rudydoo

Yes, I have relatives in the UK and they say their energy prices are a way too high.

Yes , Muslims are smashing solar power cells in Germany

BS. Coal is on its last gasp, oil not far behind.

the LARGEST power plants are renewable...
hydroelectric damns power whole cities solo

Solar is much more constant.
wind in the correct locations can produce power on areas otherwise unused.

you just need a battery large enough to handle the fluctuations (which tesla has already built)

also solar panel efficiency is near 50% (big increases from just 2 years ago) so your claim they are not improving renewable is not true



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