The Hidden Cost Of Wind Power – Booker

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

Booker on the cost of wind power today:

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In the past year or two there has been an extraordinary attempt by ministers, the renewables industry and green pressure groups to convince us that electricity from wind and the sun is now cheaper than that from fossil fuels. This issue has come up yet again with the refusal of the BBC to uphold a complaint from the Global Warming Policy Foundation about remarks made by Lord Deben (aka John Gummer), chairman of the Climate Change Committee, in an interview by John Humphrys on Today on Radio 4.

Although the BBC upheld one part of the complaint, it rejected another against Deben’s claim that onshore wind is now “the cheapest form of producing electricity”. It came up with Government figures to show that onshore wind is now marginally cheaper than any other power source.

What the BBC and the…

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6 thoughts on “The Hidden Cost Of Wind Power – Booker

      1. No, you have to look at them from start to finish product. Those rare earth mineral mines over there pollute a lot more than any coal mine.

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