Green Energy Doesn’t Work Without Energy Storage That Doesn’t Exist Yet

Scientists from the University of East Anglia found wind and solar power can’t compete with conventional electricity without economical energy storage systems that don’t exist. The research published Friday concludes without economical energy storage systems, wind and solar power simply aren’t that useful due to their unreliability and intermittent nature. The study argues the money used… [prosperInsert q=”power protection ” […]

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This Chart Shows Just How Unreliable Wind Power Is

A chart published Thursday of the amount of electricity produced by Great Britain’s wind industry demonstrates the unreliability and intermittency of wind power. The chart was compiled by Robert Wilson, an ecosystem and climate change researcher at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, based on power generation data from March. Wilson has a long research… [prosperInsert q=”power protection ” […]

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