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WIND TURBINES USE ELECTRICITY FROM THE GRID

ELECTRICITY FROM THE GRID IS NOT ACCOUNTED FOR IN THEIR OUTPUT FIGURES Coal, gas, thermal, hydro and nuclear power stations have a life span of 45+ years that can be easily extended if maintained properly. Solar and wind turbines have a life span of 10 to 20 years. Any cost analysis would quickly determine that […]

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE WIND AND SOLAR SWINDLE

THE FOLLY OF RENEWABLE ENERGY PROMOTION The percentage of the time that the renewable resources produce power is really low. In Germany, the number one example of the energy shift, solar produces its rated power output just 11% of the time, which means you need a backup for 89 % of the time. For wind, […]