Cohocton Wind Watch: ATTENTION ONTARIO: New Danish study proves Wind energy is a waste of $$$
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Tuesday, October 06, 2009

ATTENTION ONTARIO: New Danish study proves Wind energy is a waste of $$$

I just finished reading a new September 2009 study conducted by the CEPOS (Center for Politiske Studier) entitled “Wind Energy: The case of Denmark”. It was a 39 page study that revealed what I and many others across the province have concerns about, that wind energy; particularly in the United States and Canada at present time, is a waste of money.

It’s no secret that the Ontario government payed a great deal of attention to Denmark’s wind industry when crafting the Ontario Green Energy Act and its feed-in tariff program. Unfortunately for them, and what I really mean is us (the ones who will be paying for their mistakes) this report came out a little too late. Wind advocates love to cite Denmark as the model which other countries seeking to lower CO2 and emissions should follow and as a perfect case study for the virtues of wind power. Claiming that 20% of Danish electricity is generated by wind power, which is actually true; some parts of Denmark have even reach up to 26%. But as we’re about to find out, as it always seems to be with renewables, the devil is in the details.

The study, as I mentioned was 39 pages, so if you are eager to read it in its entirety you can do so here Wind_energy_-_the_case_of_Denmark. But for the purpose of this post I’ll try to keep it short and concise as possible.

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