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Breaking Wind

Post by Riddick » 01-05-2023 02:44 PM

Energy analyst Robert Bryce has been writing for over a decade about rising local opposition to major wind and solar installations, which have frequently succeeded in scuttling major projects. He even keeps a comprehensive Renewable Rejection Database on his site with details of hundreds of such instances of local opposition.

So of course the New York Times today acts as though they have just discovered that many localities don’t have the same warm fuzzies for renewable energy that the enlightened people of Brooklyn and Manhattan do. FULL STORY
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Re: Breaking Wind

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 05-23-2023 05:06 PM

Around two years ago our Gibson County radicals wanted to keep a normal horizon. When we Hoosiers put the run on these windy, German techi, sod busters!😂

".............writing for over a decade about rising local opposition to major wind and solar installations, which have frequently succeeded in scuttling major projects."

Hey maties! If we can do this exiting you can do it too!

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Thanks Riddick for pointing out these weak ideas about the grid vs this Summer. No one is garunteed juice 24,7,365 and it just seems to still be a luxury for a price.

We have the old Nicola Tesla tech in 4 small plug in boxes showing a green LED strip. They smooth out the run though copper wires since it travels highly jagged without. :oops:


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