Bitter cold shows reliable energy sources are critical.

Coal, natural gas, nuclear power largely delivered. We should think twice about leaning too much on intermittent forms like wind, solar. FEBRUARY 4, 2019 | Isaac Orr | Excerpt: Read full article at startribune.com This week’s bitter cold had the potential to be deadly. But thanks to reliable forms of energy like coal, natural gas and … Continue reading Bitter cold shows reliable energy sources are critical.

Blackouts, deaths and civil unrest: warning over Scotland’s rush to go green

28th November | Exclusive by Sandra Dick | heraldscotland.com The green energy sector in Scotland has grown rapidly in recent years. Scotland faces being plunged into darkness for days, possibly resulting in deaths and widespread civil disobedience, due to the country’s over-reliance on green energy, a new report has warned. A massive gap in the electricity system caused by … Continue reading Blackouts, deaths and civil unrest: warning over Scotland’s rush to go green

Wind Disappears in Britain Leaving Turbines at a Standstill and Prices Rising

June 5, 2018, 6:33 AM By Rachel Morison | Bloomberg Britain’s gone seven days with almost no wind generation and forecasts show the calm conditions persisting until the middle of the month. The wind drought has pushed up day-ahead power prices to the highest levels for the time of year for at least a decade. Low wind … Continue reading Wind Disappears in Britain Leaving Turbines at a Standstill and Prices Rising

Monumental, Unsustainable Environmental Impacts

Monumental, Unsustainable Environmental Impacts Jul 01, 2017  | Paul Driessen | townhall.com  .    .    . Renewable energy proponents pay little or no attention to the land and raw material requirements, and associated environmental impacts, of wind, solar and biofuel programs on scales required to meet mankind’s current and growing energy needs, especially as poor … Continue reading Monumental, Unsustainable Environmental Impacts

Cold Air: Vampire Turbines In July

Vampire Turbines In July Monday, August 6, 2012 I decided to investigate the performance of an industrial wind turbine project in Ontario comprised of 110 of the Vestas V82 turbines; Enbridge's Underwood turbines in Bruce County. 110 turbines potentially each drawing 50kW means that at times when all Enbridge's turbines are still, the draw would be … Continue reading Cold Air: Vampire Turbines In July