Wind Energy is a Key Wedge in the Fight Against Global Warming

See on Scoop.itGlobal Sustainable Energy

Wind farms reduce green house gas emissions in the overall electrical grid on close to a 1:1 basis. Typical grids produce 800 g of CO2 equivalent (CO2e) per KWh generated by their mixes of fossil, nuclear and renewable generation, and wind energy displaces virtually all of that. It’s difficult to imagine the mindset in which one would assert that black is white and that wind energy actually increases greenhouse gas emissions or does not reduce them

Global Sustainable Energy News‘s insight:

Wind Energy is a Key Wedge in the Fight Against Global Warming 

See on www.energyandpolicy.org

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