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C. (Kees) le Pair – Facts About The Savings Of Fossil Fuel

AT Note:  While this study of industrial wind’s ability to replace fossil fuel is focused on data specific to The Netherlands, it should give pause to the efforts in the US to blanket our countryside with these enormous and very … Continue reading

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Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for August 6, 2012

Items of Interest: 1-“Wind Energy Is Extraordinarily Expensive And Inefficient” – Watts Up With That? 2-“As dawn came and the 1.4 million customers in Xcel Energy’s service district began turning on the lights, toasters and other appliances, the utility’s coal … Continue reading

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Wind v Oil: The battle between electricity’s Lilliputians.

As a result of the explosion and subsequent oil spill in the Gulf, the barker at the industrial wind carnival finds another opportunity to claim that, with the continued generosity of US taxpayers and rate payers, they could replace oil … Continue reading

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