Mar 29, 2016

Germany’s Wind Power Meltdown | Tallbloke's Talkshop

Repost from Stop These Things The Germans went into wind power harder and faster than anyone else – and the cost of doing so is catching up with a vengeance. The subsidies have been colossal and th…

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