Monday, June 11, 2007

Wind, it's never going to be a significant energy source, is it?



Wind power is a small, niche industry, which is expensive and therefore not a real contributor to the fight against global warming...

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At 3:40 PM, Anonymous Scott Nance said...

Hello,

I couldn't find an email for you either on your blog or YouTube channel.

I'm writing from EPTV, www.energypolicytv.com a public service video website in energy, environment and sustainability.

We saw some of your videos and wanted to talk to you about putting some of them on EPTV to bring them to a wider international audience. Did you record these videos yourself?

We would like to talk further.

Best regards,

Scott Nance
202 312 1503
snance@energypolicytv.com

 
At 9:13 PM, Blogger HL said...

Too bad the graph units are not expressed as a ratio, i.e. wind MW/total demand. Using ratios either in the units or with a graphical conveys 10 times the information for doubling the effort

Keep up the good work!

 

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