Saturday, January 30, 2010

Minnesota wind turbines won’t work in cold weather

Excerpt: Wind power makes a lot of sense as a secondary or tertiary power source, a way to harness extra power without necessarily relying on it as a consistent source. I have no problem with its deployment under that kind of strategy, but as this shows, it’s simply not reliable enough as a primary energy resource replacing coal- or natural gas-generated electricity.
Read it here.

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