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Twilight of the Green Follies (Alex Alexiev, American Thinker) USofA
03.Dec.2018
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Alex Alexiev, Chairman of the Center for Balkan and Black Sea Studies: There are at least three problems with renewable energy (wind and solar), which are not surmountable. First, it is intermittent i.e. not reliable. Secondly, renewable energy depends on government subsidies and is not feasible without them. Third, the efficiency of solar and wind tech, despite being heavily subsidized, is rapidly approaching the limits of physics, which means that there are no great efficiency improvements to be expected.The renewable energy emperor has no clothes and it won’t be long before everyone can see it.

What do billions of people do for electricity on calm, cloudy days, during hurricanes, blizzards, from evening until morning? The green dogmatists blindly lead gullible people into total darkness. What do billions of people do for electricity on calm, cloudy days, during hurricanes, blizzards, from evening until morning? The green dogmatists blindly lead gullible people into total darkness.
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