By Paul Homewood
h/t Joe Public
The latest energy trends data have been published by BEIS:
It is quite shocking to see that wind generation has fallen by 38% for onshore and 24% for offshore year on year. This is despite new capacity being added.
We are familiar with short term drops in output, maybe for a few days or even weeks. But to lose effectively a third of generation for a whole quarter shows just how dangerous over reliance on wind power is.
The difference was made up largely from imports, which doubled:
How long we can count on that is anybody’s guess.
via Watts Up With That?
January 1, 2022