Storm Ravages World’s Largest Floating Solar Plant, Takes It Offline Days After Launch

Floating things smash into each other in a storm – who could have thought? Aside from the intermittency factor which makes wind and solar astronomically expensive and which also makes 100% wind and solar an outright ridiculous proposition, the footprint of those energy sources is rarely ever looked at. Big things are more vulnerable to their surroundings than small things. A relatively small thermal power plant running on natural gas completely disappears in the landscape when compared to the footprint of a wind or solar plant with comparative nameplate capacity. And it will deliver its power when you need it. Much, much greener than the fake renewables. 

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