Thursday, 2 November 2017

GERMANS FORCED TO SELL ELECTRICITY AT A LOSS AS STRONG WINDS OVERDRIVE TURBINES

This account looks at the electricity market madness caused by too much reliance on wild and unreliable wind in Germany. Most of the time the poor Germans have to pay a high price for their electricity, but apparently they are now producing a large excess when there are strong winds and so they have to pay some consumers to accept it, though what they can do with more electricity than they need is a question I cannot answer. Read the link for further details.

2 comments:

Peter Simmons said...

Bet you got that from liar watts again. Grow up you wankers, Germany is just fine and on course to be supplying 100% renewables soon. Of course, the only thing of importance to you is money, as usual, yet you claim to be about 'education'. I'd rather go to Cuba for education than Iowa flyover country where the real country hicks live.

Derek Tipp said...

Calm down Peter and mind your language. If you took the trouble to read the link you could see that it was to Jo Nova's excellent blog. Where do you think I am making any money out of my blog?