Today – Sept 26, 2014 at 10:00 AM
According to the IESO the total energy demand for the province of Ontario was 17,690 MW
The contribution of the industrial wind turbines was 63 MW. That right folks, 63 MW of the total 17,690 MW required to keep the lights on in this province.
63 MW is .00356 % of the energy required. So if 2000 plus Industrial Wind turbines can only produce .00356% of the energy required, can you calculate how many IWT’s would be required to make a meaningful contribution?
What a sham. This is what happens when you engage in a billion dollar industry without due diligence and a business plan. STOP the madness.
Will the last person out, please turn off the lights.