Wind turbines are explicitly permitted to kill without penalty bald eagles and other iconic, protected American birds in staggering numbers.
Wind energy is expensive, intermittent, inefficient, highly subsidized, born from the dirtiest strip mines on Earth and kills birds. When they wear out they can't be recycled.
The latest “renewable, sustainable” energy claims show the IEA belongs in an insane asylum.
Given the deadly impact of wind turbines, wind power apologists would be wise to never mention the topic of energy and wildlife deaths.
Can wind power replace fossil fuels with the help of even less productive solar energy? The answer is no.
They cost a fortune to build, more to maintain, and still more to decommission, while their production falls short.
Look what's costing you money. WATCH NOW.
Wind and sunshine are too inefficient and intermittent.
Solar panel subsidy programs ignore the costs of disposal of solar panel waste.
Electric vehicle's have a very dark side of environmental atrocities and non-existent transparency of human rights abuses associated with mining for the exotic minerals that power them.
Wind turbines have yet to produce anywhere near their projected capacity.
Large-scale storage is only an insignificant part of the electrical power industry and doomed to remain so for decades to come. Intermittent wind and solar remain a foolish energy choice.
The only winner in the renewable energy sweepstakes is BIG Government.
Those who believe in the existence of adequate non-fossil alternatives essential to achieve a "carbon-neutral" U.S. — much less global — energy balance anytime soon, or at any cost, are dreadfully misguided.
It is expensive, heavily subsidized (a hidden tax), unreliable, causes negative health impacts, kills large birds of prey and bats and can be maddening to people who live nearby. They're bad for the military too.