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If Wind and Sunshine are Free, Why Is It That Wind & Solar Power Are So Expensive?

June 13, 2018

STOP THESE THINGS

Facts tend to flummox renewable energy zealots, especially the way adding wind and solar sends power prices into orbit (see above). After all, they keep telling us that the wind and sun are absolutely free, and getting cheaper all the time.

Here’s America’s top green, Michael Shellenberger taking an axe to another RE furphy.

A question that gives pause: If Solar And Wind Are So Cheap, Why Are They Making Electricity So Expensive?
Watts Up With That?
Michael Shellenberger
16 May 2018

Over the last year, the media have published story after story after story about the declining price of solar panels and wind turbines.

People who read these stories are understandably left with the impression that the more solar and wind energy we produce, the lower electricity prices will become.

And yet that’s not what’s happening. In fact, it’s the opposite.

Between 2009 and 2017, the price of solar…

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