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Green Industry – The Epic Fail Of The Wind Turbine

A $200-million wind farm in northern New Brunswick is frozen solid

Wind farms dont work for a whole number of reasons ranging from too much wind, too little wind and the most common one of all: it’s too cold and they are frozen solid.

In Britain the wind turbines failed spectacularly during the recent cold spell, they either consumed more electricity than they produced, or at times of peak demand, British wind farms despite the huge investment in them, produced just 0.1% of our energy requirements.

The problem of frozen bird choppers is not just limited to Britain, in Canada where they are used to hard winters you would think Canadian wind turbines would be fit for purpose: Read the rest of this entry