Wind power has been hailed by environmentlaists as the answer to our climate change woes, despite outragouesly low efficiency, high maintenence costs, large land use, unreliability in production, and concerns over environmental impacts (!). Despite being assured that wind farms will somehow miraculously cure our energy blues, wind power is Fail. Andrew Walden at American Thinker brings us a detailed piece describing the state of abandoned and decaying wind farms in Hawaii — wind farms that were abandoned because they didn’t produce much and cost too much.
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Wind Power Fail in Hawaii
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