100% Wind Power

Two years ago Boris Johnson said the UK would eliminate fossil fuels for electrical generation by the year 2035.

Boris Johnson Aims UK Electricity to be 100% Green Power by 2035 | Earth.Org

On July 22, 2021 one percent of UK electricity came from wind.

Wind power production as a percentage

On December 18, 2021 four percent of UK electricity came from wind and less than one percent came from solar.

 

Solar power production as a percentage

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8 Responses to 100% Wind Power

  1. conrad ziefle says:

    How to keep the Brits warm, healthy, and working with only 1% of the energy usage? Oh, I know, find another PM who says they can do it with wind and solar! Insane is doing the same thing over and over and expecting the outcome to change-radically, even!

  2. conrad ziefle says:

    Or rejoin the EU, they are doing it so well.

  3. GWS says:

    The essence of wokism is in rejecting everything formerly known as wisdom.

  4. arn says:

    In case you wonder what happens to journalists who tell the truth about Ukraine
    (the climate deniers of warfare)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPb4DPsydPo

    After Pfizer paid millions to bribe the CDC( 10% for the senile guy?)
    to create artificial demand
    they will cash in billions*4 in return
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pPVcj7kP-g

  5. just a thought says:

    “Boris Johnson Aims UK Electricity to be 0.0% Reliable by 2035”

    Apparently any nitwit can be prime minister of the UK these days.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pCtNxp7sfhE&feature=youtu.be

  6. Allan Shelton says:

    I find it difficult to believe that the UK politicians can be so ignorant, or worse, dishonest.

  7. Ulric Lyons says:

    Currently UK wind power gets as low as 0.5% of off peak demand during wind droughts, so with four times as many turbines that may be pushed up to 2%.

    In other news, 10 million 100kwh EV car batteries could power the UK grid for one day, if they were fully charged and no one drove anywhere.

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