Dumb Energy: A Critique of Wind and Solar Energy

Dumb Energy: A Critique of Wind and Solar Energy by Norman Rogers 173253764X 9781732537644
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Wind and solar energy have negative economic value. An objective analysis of the economics involved show that wind and solar are heavily subsidized. Some of the subsidies are open, but much of the subsidy is hidden from the public. There are special tax deals and sweetheart power purchase agreements. Although wind and solar are promoted as a low carbon solution, they are a remarkably expensive way to reduce carbon emissions. The erratic nature of wind and solar means it is necessary to have a dual system - the wind or solar, and in addition, a conventional system to backup the erratic wind or solar. Sometimes the wind does not blow. The sun does not shine when it is cloudy, or at night.Extensive lobbying and outright propaganda has convinced the public that it is a good idea to spend billions on this dumb wind and solar energy. The facts and figures are in this book, in an easily-understood format.

Author: Norman Rogers

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 137

Publisher: Dumb Energy Publishing

Publication Date: 2019-03-24


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