True & Staggering Cost of Intermittent & Unreliable Wind Power – Unplugged

The total cost of attempting to incorporate intermittent, unreliable and chaotic wind power into a grid designed around stable, controllable, dispatchable power generation is utterly staggering. In those places attempting to run on sunshine and breezes, grid managers are forced to regularly intervene, compelling the owners of conventional fossil-fuelled generation plant (coal and gas) to […]

Britain’s Insanely Expensive & Utterly Pointless Wind Power Fiasco Exposed

**** When it comes to their demand for electricity, the power consumer has a couple of basic needs: when they hit the light switch they assume illumination will shortly follow and that when the kettle is kicked into gear it’ll be boiling soon thereafter. And the power consumer assumes that these – and similar actions […]

UK’s Wind Power Debacle to Dish Up Another ‘Winter of Discontent’

*** Electricity network in ‘uncharted territory’ as blackouts loom The Telegraph Andrew Critchlow 5 September 2015 As Britain loses one more power station, experts argue the grid has been left too exposed. Picture a cold and dark wintery evening in November and millions of householders across the country are switching on their kettles at the […]