India Rumbles Wind Power as Fake Electricity: Output Collapses During Dead-Calm Monsoon

Posted: October 24, 2018 by oldbrew in Energy, ideology, physics, wind
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STT highlights the ‘tension between economic energy and politically correct energy’.

No amount of money or technology can force the wind to blow on demand.


The spinning wheel was meant to signify Indian independence, too.

It never takes them long to work out that wind power is the greatest economic and environmental fraud of all time. Eco-zealots have attempted to ram wind and solar power down the throats of Third World governments under the auspices of saving the planet and purportedly with the purpose of dragging millions out of poverty. As the initiated well-know, wind power rates zero on both scores. Pointless and expensive, wind power is a kind of first world disease being spread by UN endorsed lunatics, across the developing world.

In India, solar power is seen as ‘fake electricity’, by those being forced to use it: The Cruel Hypocrisy: West Drops Wind Power as it Forces ‘Fake Electricity’ on the World’s Poor

Now, Indians have branded wind power an outright fraud, too. The calm, and very wet weather that comes with the monsoon…

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  1. oldbrew says:

    BBC Mislead Again About Wind Power

    What the BBC and its friends in the Green Party never point out is that investment in new onshore wind projects has dried up to virtually zero since subsidies were withdrawn. If it really was so cheap, why does it still need subsidising?

  2. ivan says:

    oldbrew, they are not called subsidy farms foe nothing. The current wind farms should be able to work without subsidies and sell power at a few pence per kWh – after all the wind is free and they have recovered their investment by overcharging for the electricity and getting the subsidies.

    The wind farm that makes money 24/7 even when not working.