Big Freeze Failures: Time to Put Intermittent Subsidised Wind Power On Ice Forever

Intermittent wind power doesn’t make any sense: never has, never will. A power generation source that can’t be cranked up to meet demand and which repeatedly fails to deliver when demand soars – eg freezing, dead-calm weather and 42°C breathless days and nights – doesn’t count as a power source, at all. A decade or […]

Intermittent, Diffuse & Costly: Why Wind & Solar Can Never Power This Planet

The key to wealth and prosperity is reliable and affordable energy. Which is why the ‘unreliables’, wind and solar threaten both wealth and prosperity (except, of course, those wallowing in the obscene and seemingly endless subsidies paid to the owners of windmills and solar panels). Dr. Lars Schernikau, born and raised in Berlin, Germany studied […]

Zero Return: Intermittent Wind & Solar Devour More Energy Than They Can Ever Return

Sunset and calm weather have been with us since the dawn of time; wind and solar power have existed for barely a generation, and only as a result of massive subsidies. The notion that modern economies can operate around the vagaries of the weather and time of day is, of course, patent nonsense. The factory […]