Wind Power – Our Least Sustainable Energy Option


President Obama and a chorus of environmentalists, politicians, corporate executives and bureaucrats are perennially bullish on wind power as the bellwether of our “clean energy economy of the future.”

In reality, wind energy may well be the least sustainable and least eco-friendly of all electricity options. Its shortcomings are legion, but the biggest ones can be grouped into eight categories: land, raw materials, money, energy, health, environment, jobs, electricity cost and reliability.

Read the whole sad story by Paul Driessen at:

http://townhall.com/columnists/pauldriessen/2011/09/01/our_least_sustainable_energy_option/page/full/

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