Well, I don’t like to say, “I told you so,” but I told you this would happen. From PowerLine.
It’s been a tedious chore to track the slow motion train wreck of Germany’s energiewende, or “energy revolution.” Climatistas here have long touted Germany as the model we should follow. Think of it a renewable energy uber alles.
Well there’s a problem, and you don’t even need to know German to get this headline from two days ago:
Benny Peiser (a German native) at the Global Warming Policy Foundation to translates.
Irregular and unpredictable wind and solar power is increasingly becoming a problem for Germany’s power grid. Utility company Tennet TSO spent almost a billion euros last year on emergency interventions to stabilize the national grid.
That’s what the company announced earlier this week. The costs were thus about 50% higher than in 2016 (660 million euros) and around forty…
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