You Cannot Run Businesses, Hospitals, And The Military On Occasional Electricity!

Common sense. It’s not hard. Unless the manufactured ‘green’ energy crisis is a feature, not a bug?

PA Pundits International

By Ronald Stein ~

Regardless of the intermittency of the weather, the electrical grid is expected to deliver continuous and uninterrupted electricity no matter what the weather.

Power grid blackouts are driven by the rapid retirement of small acreage coal and natural gas power plants.

Wind and solar electricity generation requires vast amounts of pristine acreage, but due to the intermittency and variability of breezes and sunshine being a significant deficiency, wind turbines and solar panels do not work most of the time.

This is illustrative of why a myopic focus on renewables for reducing carbon-dioxide emissions through a deepening dependence on the intermittency of wind and solar electricity must ultimately come to terms with the laws of physics and the high financial and environmental cost of achieving a reliable electrical grid with these technologies.

Future carbon dioxide concentrations in the global atmosphere will be largely determined by developing nations…

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2 Comments on “You Cannot Run Businesses, Hospitals, And The Military On Occasional Electricity!”

  1. George says:

    In Australia, all essential government buildings have been installed with $ 1 million diesel generators. A courtesy extended to the executive employees by way of smaller home generators. It will be business as usual for the elites and energy rationing for the plebs.

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