Selling the Farm to “save” the planet.
There is no market for power that cannot be delivered on demand. Which is why, in the absence of subsidies, there wouldn’t be a solar panel or wind turbine in sight. Sure, there are remote locations where a solar panel hooked up to a system of batteries and diesel generators make perfect economic sense.
Here though, we’re talking about the large-scale solar plants which are increasingly carpeting the countryside, from horizon to horizon.
The value of a power generator as a business asset ordinarily depends upon the value of the power it generates. With wind and solar, however, it’s all about the subsidies they generate.
Tom Shepstone takes a look at the sale of a large-scale solar plant in New Jersey, which reveals what an enormous scam the solar power generation business really is.
Solar Farm Sale Reveals Green Energy Sorcery
Natural Gas Now
16 September 2021
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