Germany’s energy future – COAL???

If shutting down Germany’s nuclear plants were a joke, this would be the punchline – “that power can’t be made up with renewable energy from wind or solar as such sources are too intermittent to provide reliable, round-the-clock power, according to analysts.

In addition, according to The Daily Caller article, “ten new hard-coal plants are scheduled to come online in the next two years” which will increase Germany’s coal capacity by some 33 percent.

More reason to thank our WV Representatives for their strong position on elimination of the production tax credit for industrial wind.

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