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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Wind-subsidy death was the right decision for the wrong reason

At midnight Tuesday, with little fanfare, the production tax credit for wind energy expired. And according to the majority of knowledgeable observers, it is likely to remain dead at least through the coming Congress, since the Republican House of Representatives has little appetite for alternative-energy subsidies. Continue...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Looks like Perry White is back on track with reasonable conclusions. His argument that intermittent power of renewables is a disaster for constant power demand, he neglects to mention that wind has a special set of problems above and beyond just being intermittent. Wind power can be annoying or hurtful to people, it can diminish property values and it can kill wildlife. None of these negatives area associated with solar, which tells me that wind is far dumber than other renewables - really dumb!