It has been another busy week with BigWind in Ohio. On the “good news” front, the Ohio Mandate Study Committee convened on Wednesday to hear testimony from the grid operator, PJM. Our friend Senator Seitz was brilliant in his questioning and extracted admissions that the transmission requirements and back-up needed to support wind made them very … Continue reading Ohio grid admits BigWind is expensive; Indiana commiss regrets saying YES to BigWind
Even though this article was written in April of 2014, it is still incredibly pertinent today. This administration is heavily pushing renewable energy on the American citizen, through EPA rules and regulations- spoken about just last week by our President. Congress is, again, considering the renewal of the Wind Production Tax Credit. The assaults on … Continue reading The road to American electrical blackouts is paved with wind turbines
The realities listed, below, are inevitable. How will it affect YOU? Your place of business? Your hospital? The green lobbyists are hiding these truths from our legislators and, instead, focusing on the benefits for climate change (zero proof of this benefit). In a previous blog, we have referred to the BigWind lobby group as 'illusionists' … Continue reading When will BigWind destroy OUR grid, in the USA?
How often do we hear that other countries are doing well with their BigWind experiments? The reality is very different. Below, you will read about Germany's disaster. Educate yourselves, your neighbors, and share with your legislators! Our US Senators, last week, verballly agreed to extend the "wind production tax credit" at an estimated cost of … Continue reading Germany’s BIGwind FAIL: A lesson for the USA
This link is to an article with absolutely spectacular graphs of the value (or lack thereof) that wind adds to the grid in Ireland, in 15 minute increments. The bold type below is succinct and relevant to the USA. How would you like to be a grid operator who deals in energy capacity auctions … Continue reading BigWind MISSES their mark 58% of the time