By Paul Homewood
While wind power has virtually disappeared off the grid today, it has also been rather cloudy as well. As a result, solar power has produced even less than the pitiful amount it usually does in winter:
At 7630 MWh, the average rate is 318MW, which means UK solar farms have been running at just 2.5% of their capacity during the day.
Of course, when they do produce more power in summer, we don’t need it anyway. So it’s all rather a waste of money, isn’t it?
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December 6, 2020 at 04:06PM