The ‘green’ energy industry knows it’s in trouble. Wind is woefully unreliable, looks terrible, and is starting to get on the nerves of European Greenies. When it comes to solar, it only works when the sun is shining, unhindered by clouds. Even in perfect conditions, both of these technologies have been catastrophically under-performing on their advertised outputs while their lifespans shrink in real-world conditions.
As the public grow bored of these failures and start thumbing their energy bills, something ‘exciting’ and ‘shiny’ has been flung in front of them to see if the industry can be sexed-up with new promises.
This time, it’s water...
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