CFACT's Gabriella Hoffman produced a dynamite new video on Biden Administration plans to construct massive wind farms on what is currently Idaho farmland. WATCH NOW
ushing to build a big bunch of incredibly expensive giant wind arrays that are far bigger than anything built in the world to date is bad engineering and worse environmental policy.
The looming threat of numerous blackouts is their fault.
"There is reason for grave concern."
The amount of storage needed to make renewables reliable is so huge that even if the cost dropped fantastically we still could not afford it.
When does it make sense to build 122 giant industrial turbines that can’t operate for nearly half a year?
The reality is that wind and solar are subsidized by seventy percent.
South Australia survived the big scary sunny day yesterday, but had to shut off solar power and throw all those sacred green electrons into a thousand open circuits.
"There are grave concerns about the serious harm that the proposed leases could have on the commercial and residential fishing industry, the maritime economy, the human environment, and Texas’ economic prosperity."
The Biden administration is hot to trot to install giant, industrial-scale wind facilities along the U.S. East Coast.
The spread of wind turbines on the gusty plains of northeastern Colorado has sparked a 21st century range war.
BY ROBERT BRYCE: The punchline here is obvious: the hype about major expansions of renewable-energy capacity ignores first principles
Hundreds of billions in new subsidies will bring expensive, unreliable, eco-destructive power.
“I have not heard one person in the community support the project.”