Saskatchewan's crown monopoly power utility carries on building wind farms, undeterred by reality.
Why can't they just store the excess energy ?
In what? Huge batteries, we all know how enviromentally friendly those are.
It's physically impossible to store electricity on that scale.
Ok, Then why not decommission plants that pollute or expand capacity ?
The point is that taxpayers are currently paying millions to build wind farms when it is becoming clear they won't achieve their stated objective.
While I don't disagree with Cosh, demand metering would help flatten out our usage levels (throughout a regular day). Not a whole bunch, but a bit and the flatter we can get our energy usage, the easier it is to produce cheap stable energy (like clean coal).
They seem to meeting the demand too well and overloading the grid. Isn't that the opposite of what you said ?
"[P]hysically impossible", David? You underestimate humanity. It certainly is possible, it would merely be idiotic.
The answer my friends is not blowing in the wind.
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