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Tim of ThyArt   03 Dec 2019 / updated: 03/Dec/2019

How efficient, environmental friendly, and how cost effective are renewable energies?


There is nothing good about large scale "renewable energy" implementation. They are costly, they are an environmental disaster, they are unreliable, and they are going to cause poverty within most all countries, allowing an elite class to acquire much of these countries' assets. It is going to get real ugly at the fault of current teachers and professors providing poor education of the children.


There is nothing good about large scale "renewable energy" implementation. They are costly, they are an environmental disaster, they are unreliable, and they are going to cause poverty within most all countries, allowing an elite class to acquire much of these countries' assets. It is going to get real ugly at the fault of current teachers and professors providing poor education of the children.

[1] This chart is of a Jacksonville, Florida solar farm output. During the summer months, the farm can produce about 28% of its rating, during winter about 12% of its rating. This is better than average for most locations in the world. In northern locations in winter, solar energy is lucky to provide 1% of their rated power.

[2] Wind power is much less efficient than solar energy. Over most land, wind rarely is observed above 20 miles per hour, putting most wind turbines producing at less than 50% of their rated power. The average wind speed at the surface is around 7mph that is barely enough to turn these turbines, making them requiring higher altitude to have any usefulness. Placed in the ocean, or in the mountains wind turbines can produce closer to 100% at times but the support base and connectivity become extremely expensive and the environmental stress cause the turbines to fail prematurely. These large wind turbine blades wear down and made from non-recyclable material, these are going to create some extremely large landfills.

[3] This chart uses 50% as a base not to be deceptive but to highlight the change better within the temperature range the vehicle will be subject to in operation. A battery powered vehicle range is extremely susceptible to temperature. Above 90F or below 30F the battery power is reduced decreasing the range of the vehicle by 25%, and worse as the temperatures become more extreme. A car rated at 200 miles per charge gets a low charge warning at around 120 miles in 90F or 30F temperatures. In such heat or cold using the heater or air conditioning would reduce the range greatly (some claiming a 35-45 usable mileage range).

Dams are one of the more efficient forms of renewable energies but are being condemned by the same people demanding an alternate to carbon based fuels. Dams are an important part of water balance for population sustainability, food production, drought control, and flood control. Seems to make no sense But dams do not sell the renewables that make these people filthy rich. Enter Agenda 21!


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