An analysis of how wind energy actually works (or rather, doesn’t work) on the grid. Although the paper is published by the anti-environmentalist “Center for Science and Public Policy,” it does not deny global warming or the negative impacts of fossil fuels. It sticks to the issue of how much wind power can be expected to reduce the use of or the emissions from other sources on the grid.
Download original document: “Wind Farms Provide Negligible Useful Electricity”
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