Guest “What is never?” by David Middleton Why does this remind me of the Monty Python Spanish Inquisition skit? New Research: The World May Have Crossed a Solar “Tipping Point”…
But these overbuilt grids do not exist and will not exist in a time frame to satisfy the need of this insane command and control pronouncement, so strain on weakening grids will increase.
As Germany confronts its energy challenges, one can only hope that it serves as a lesson for other nations to prioritize pragmatism over popular but misguided narratives.
It is estimated that 10 GW of solar modules in Germany suffer from prematurely aging backsheets, with sites of all sizes affected.
But the worst is yet to come as gas imports are restricted and coal power plants are shutting down – all during a time when the demand for electricity is rising because of the electrification of mobility and the heating...
The US government held a Gulf of Mexico offshore wind lease sale and almost no one showed up!
They are destroying their economy, and have almost nothing to show for two decades and hundreds of billions of dollars invested in the useless wind and solar farms.
"The EPA is overestimating how quickly technological advances may occur in “green” hydrogen... as well as in carbon capture and storage, or CCS"
Sky News host Andrew Bolt says it appears another green energy project has “bitten the dust” after it was revealed Broome’s Derby tidal power project has been impacted by lengthy delays...
A truer picture is attained by looking at daily wind penetration and comparing that with the variation within each day.
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach A hat tip to the commenter on one of my posts who was kind enough to give me a heads-up as follows: Mark BLR June…
...electricity supplies this winter would be less secure
...the IEA has allowed itself to be used as a tool for climate extremism, has misled policymakers, and has endangered the world’s economy and Western security, all while forsaking the purpose for which it was created.”
Multimillion dollar solar project gets reduced to a heap of toxic rubble by one single hail storm.
The lesson from Europe is that reliance on wind, solar, and imported natural gas is expensive and risky energy policy.
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