This article is from the Bishop Hill website. It highlights an apparent flaw in the UK Government’s policy to keep the lights on in 2050, when they have removed almost all fossil fuel use. The article says that spending £0.2 trillion on wind turbines would be unlikely to be enough as they have used some very optimistic figures for the output of these turbines. At the same time they think we will only use 40% as much electricity as we do now, while driving our cars with it as well. Unbelievable! Energy rationing seems to be the only answer and I don’t think that will go down well with the populus. Is there any scrutiny being done in parliament these days?
via climate science
November 9, 2019 at 01:30AM