Vindkraftskandalene

Started by Telehiv, 10.03.2024, 11:49:58

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Telehiv

Huseiere i nærheten av vindparkene ser ut til å måtte blø enda mer, jfr. oppslag i dagens Finansavisen:

Vindkraft gir voldsomme verdifall
Titusener av boliger i nærheten av vindkraftanlegg tar regningen: Prisfall på opptil 15 prosent.


FÅR REGNINGEN: Boliger i nærheten av vindkraftanlegg, som her ved Midtfjellet i Fitjar, selges med betydelige prisfall, viser studie. FOTO: NTB

Det var vel bare dette enker og faderløse trengte nå, her til lands?

Lenke: https://www.finansavisen.no/makro/2024/04/22/8121646/boligpriser-vindkraft-gir-massiv-rabatt


Telehiv

#16
Vi trenger å ta en ny titt på vindmølleskandalene også.
The Telegraph skriver nå at:

The renewable green energy disaster off the northeastern US is getting worse
Less than one per cent of the way to the Biden 2030 target


A wind turbine catches fire. The US is falling far short of ambitious targets for floating wind installation CREDIT: Angus Mordant/Bloomberg

Om ineffektiviteten for vindmøller:
"On May 29 came survey results compiled by London-based energy consultancy Westwood indicating the global floating offshore wind industry is likely to deliver less than 3 gigawatts (GW) of new floating generation capacity by 2030, and a total of roughly 10 GW by 2040. Westwood cites lack of standardization of floating technology (55 per cent), manufacturing capability and capacity (51 per cent) and port infrastructure (50 per cent) as the primary impediments."

Her kan man se hvor ustabilt og hvor lav virkningsgrad det er snakk om for vindmøller (NB: Får ikke med tallverdiene i figuren; sjekk i linken!):



Her er et konkret eksempel fra USAs østkyst om hvor dette bærer hen:
"One US offshore project, Vineyard Wind 1, was able to begin delivering its intermittent 25-30 per cent of 68 megawatts (MW) to Massachusetts residents in January with the activation of 5 offshore turbines. The South Fork Wind Project was also able to commence first deliveries into New York in March, with 12 turbines capable of generating some proportion of 130 MW.
But this is less than one per cent of the Biden goal of 30 GW, with just five and a half years remaining until 2030. Given the wind industry's insatiable appetite for ever-increasing subsidies and constantly rising utility charges, it's an open question how many more billions of dollars the federal government will be allowed to print to keep projects alive before the voters start to rebel at the cost.
It's a rebellion that could commence as soon as this coming November."


Lenke: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2024/06/03/renewable-energy-green-offshore-wind-disaster-biden/