Forbes : The Reason Renewables Can't Power Modern Civilization Is Because They Were Never Meant To

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The Reason Renewables Can't Power Modern Civilization Is Because They Were Never Meant To

... Now comes a major article in the country’s largest newsweekly magazine, Der Spiegel, titled, “A Botched Job in Germany” (“Murks in Germany“). The magazine’s cover shows broken wind turbines and incomplete electrical transmission towers against a dark silhouette of Berlin.

“The Energiewende — the biggest political project since reunification — threatens to fail,” write Der Spiegel’s Frank Dohmen, Alexander Jung, Stefan Schultz, Gerald Traufetter in their a 5,700-word investigative story (the article can be read in English here).

Over the past five years alone, theEnergiewende has cost Germany €32 billion ($36 billion) annually, and opposition to renewables is growing in the German countryside.  ...

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On 5/10/2019 at 7:10 AM, Tom Kirkman said:

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The Reason Renewables Can't Power Modern Civilization Is Because They Were Never Meant To

... Now comes a major article in the country’s largest newsweekly magazine, Der Spiegel, titled, “A Botched Job in Germany” (“Murks in Germany“). The magazine’s cover shows broken wind turbines and incomplete electrical transmission towers against a dark silhouette of Berlin.

“The Energiewende — the biggest political project since reunification — threatens to fail,” write Der Spiegel’s Frank Dohmen, Alexander Jung, Stefan Schultz, Gerald Traufetter in their a 5,700-word investigative story (the article can be read in English here).

Over the past five years alone, theEnergiewende has cost Germany €32 billion ($36 billion) annually, and opposition to renewables is growing in the German countryside.  ...

Well, there it is: things that can't continue generally don't. 

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