YES! Vad var det jag sa???

A report that will stop the wind totally

” The wind energy industry and the Government base all their calculations on turbines enjoying a lifespan of 20 to 25 years.”

Ja de flesta kalkyler jag sett ligger på 25 år… och 36% nyttjande.

“The report concludes that a wind turbine will typically generate more than twice as much electricity in its first year than when it is 15 years old.”

Ooopsch så då halveras nyttjandet vilket inte syns i de kalkyler jag läst.

” the “load factor” — the efficiency rating of a turbine based on the percentage of electricity it actually produces compared with its theoretical maximum — is reduced from 24 per cent in the first 12 months of operation to just 11 per cent after 15 years.”

Halveringen syns ju här också MEN att ha ett nyttjande på endast 24% initialt verkar rent av helt osannolikt då vindkraften i Sverige med de subventioner den har här bygger på, för att gå ihop, ett nyttjande på 36% i 25 år….

“In addition, larger wind farms have systematically worse performance than smaller wind farms.”

Betz law in play….

“British turbines have got bigger and wind farms have got bigger and they are creating turbulence which puts more stress on them.”

Betz again?

OSSÅ kommer ord och inga visor

“This study confirms suspicions that decades of generous subsidies to the wind industry have failed to encourage the innovation needed to make the sector competitive.

“Bluntly, wind turbines onshore and offshore still cost too much and wear out far too quickly to offer the developing world a realistic alternative to coal.”

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