Doomed to the Dark Ages: No Solution for South Australia’s Wind Power BlackoutsPosted: November 28, 2016 | |
“Household electricity prices in Australia have risen by more than 40 percent between 2007 and 2012, the same period when the government offered lucrative wind subsidies. Power prices in Australian states with a lot of wind power are almost double the rates in other states.”
North Korea would be proud of Australia’s ‘green central planning’ model, leading to energy poverty and statewide blackouts.
We are living in the “dark” age of collective eco-insanity.
When a mass blackout thrusts your State onto the international stage, as an outrageous possibility, there just could be a little something wrong with your energy policy. Here’s the view from the USA.
Australia Has Serious Problems With Green Energy Triggering Blackouts
The Daily Caller
23 November 2016
South Australia is still struggling to figure out how to keep green energy from triggering blackouts and crashing the electric grid, according to an article published by Inverse Tuesday.
The Australian state invested heavily in solar and wind power, but those power sources’ inherent reliability issues place a massive strain on the state’s power grid, according to the article.
Australia’s Energy Council noted in early September that increasing use of solar and wind power in the state “has not only led to a series of technical challenges” but “also increased wholesale price volatility as the state rebalances its supply from dispatchable plant to…
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