Adverse Health Effects, Canada Wind, Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Children Affected, Contracts Cancelled, Cost Benefit, Environment, Government Misrepresentation, Property Rights We want elected Officials who think Image January 13, 2019 mum4kids 2 Comments Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Related
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There are many things wrong with wind “turbine” collections, but the overriding one is that they DO NOT WORK.
They are supposed to help reduce fossil CO₂ emissions, which the proponents say that they believe is a menace, Which IT IS. But industrial wind cannot eliminate it, and to the extent that the wind blows upon these devices, the savings is not as much as the apparent “emissions free” energy might seem to imply. The reason is that for every MW of wind power you are getting, you had better have a megawatt of “spinning reserve”.
Spinning reserve is what an under-loaded generator can be expected able to supply at a few seconds notice, and in phase with the rest of the grid.