Wind power fails in Canada – a 23 year life span not likely to be replaced | Watts Up With That?

So, if there is an incentive, we’d jump all over that.”

Full story: http://calgaryherald.com/business/energy/oldest-commercial-wind-farm-in-canada-headed-for-scrapyard-after-23-years


I’ll bet they would. Does anyone need any more proof that wind power just isn’t economically feasible on large scales without subsidies?

Coal and nuclear plants last longer and provide far more power…and production isn’t tied to the vagaries of wind and weather.

Source: Wind power fails in Canada – a 23 year life span not likely to be replaced | Watts Up With That?

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