“Green Energy” Lacks Real Power – IOTW Report

“Green Energy” Lacks Real Power

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Commodity markets tied to global renewable energy development have been roiled by inflation, supply chain issues stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and, more recently, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Even as project demand has stayed high, industry profitability has declined because of these factors.

“One of the problems with this industry as a whole is that, since at its very foundation it is based on government subsidies and government mandates, its market value is never truly known,” Daniel Turner, the executive director of Power the Future, told the DCNF in an interview.

“It’s a big lie when the environmentalists say, ‘it’s cheap’ — we don’t know what it actually costs,” Turner continued. “It may be, I’m not denying it could be, but the fact is we don’t actually know what wind and solar cost.” More

9 Comments on “Green Energy” Lacks Real Power

  1. So far the price of Green Energy is pretty expensive if you look at the increase in fuel and its effect on the economy! It’s really expensive when it costs you the nation’s security and world respect!

  2. Ask the grinning imbecile how much “green energy” is really costing us and then hand him a calculator.

    I’ll betcha that Moron tries to turn the TV on with it!

  3. Electric cars use 70-85% fossil fueled energy plants. They make liberals feel good and that’s all that matters to them. They don’t understand science, only about what make them feel good. Just like back in the 60s.

  4. It’s not called Green energy because it is good for the environment. It’s called Green energy because it costs billions more than fossil fuel. Fossil fuel works, Green energy just keeps sucking up money.

  5. “How many millionaires has “carbon credits” made?”

    depends … on whether you’re buying them, or selling them

    like P.T. Barnum said, “There’s a sucker born every minute”.

  6. We live on a basalt raft that is floating on a spherical sea of magma which contains enough heat to supply humanity at our present energy consumption rate for longer than the universe has already existed; but, butt, it is NOT renewable.

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