The Reason Renewables Can't Power Modern Civilization Is Because They Were Never Meant To May 6, 2019 | Michael Shellenberger | Forbes.com "But Germany didn’t just fall short of its climate targets. Its emissions have flat-lined since 2009." Excerpt Read Full Article Over the last decade, journalists have held up Germany’s renewables energy … Continue reading The Reason Renewables Can’t Power Modern Civilization Is Because They Were Never Meant To
Debunking the Left’s Wind-Power Myths Apr 30, 2019 |Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris | America Outloud [Excerpts - Read Full Article] Wind power currently provides the United States with four times the amount of energy provided by solar technologies But that doesn’t mean energy from the wind can replace fossil fuels, despite the claims of many … Continue reading Wind power is hampered by many limitations
The amount of land required to power Houston for various energy sources. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJu0EJu3U4U&feature=youtu.be&t=508
‘VACANT LAND MYTH’: HUNDREDS OF US LOCALITIES ARE RESISTING THE SPREAD OF GREEN ENERGY April 11, 2019 | Michael Bastasch | dailycaller.com | [Excerpt Read Full Article] “Rural communities, even entire states, are resisting or rejecting wind, solar, and high-voltage transmission projects" U.S. cities and states have risen up against the spread of solar panels … Continue reading ‘VACANT LAND MYTH’: Rural communities, even entire states, are resisting or rejecting wind, solar, and high-voltage transmission projects
According to the USGS U.S. Wind Turbine Database there are 58,449 turbines with a total rated capacity of 91,115 MW, providing 6.5 percent of US. Electrical energy. Estimating the average percentage of electricity per number of turbines to double that to achieve 13% electricity from wind would require an estimated 116,000 Wind Turbines, To provide 50% roughly 464,000 Wind … Continue reading This is what it looks like when renewable energy expands exponentially.
"Based on an objective and transparent analysis of our sustainable energy choices, we have come to the evidence-based conclusion that nuclear energy is a good option for biodiversity conservation (and society in general) and that other alternatives to fossil fuels should be subjected to the same cost–benefit analyses (in terms of biodiversity and climate outcomes, … Continue reading How Much Land Does Nuclear, Wind and Solar Really Need?
Michael Shellenberger explains why solar and wind farms require so much land for mining and energy production. Jan 4, 2019 | Michael Shellenberger | TEDx Talks Environmentalists have long promoted renewable energy sources like solar panels and wind farms to save the climate. But what about when those technologies destroy the environment? In this provocative talk, … Continue reading Video: Why renewables can’t save the planet | Michael Shellenberger | TEDxDanubia
While parts of the New Green Deal are worthwhile goals, many are misguided. We do need a plan to move towards a healthier and cleaner environment, but one that looks at real solutions. Increased Wind and Solar equal increases in Mining and land use. If the situation is so dire, then the New Green Deal … Continue reading Green New Deal Is the Antithesis of Green
Recent studies show flaws of wind power November 25, 2018 | THE OKLAHOMAN EDITORIAL BOARD THE rap on wind power is that it isn't practical. New research reinforces this belief, and suggests wind power isn't as environmentally beneficial as claimed. The studies, authored by Harvard researchers and published in “Environmental Research Letters” and “Joule,” examined … Continue reading Recent studies show wind power isn’t as environmentally beneficial as claimed.
Why Wind Power Isn’t the Answer: As a new study confirms, turbines would have to be stacked across state-sized swaths of the American landscape. October 30, 2018 | Robert Bryce | City Journal On October 8, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report warning that nations around the world must cut their greenhouse-gas emissions drastically … Continue reading Why Wind Power Isn’t the Answer: turbines would have to be stacked across the American landscape.