Wind 6.45%, 1724 local time, speed 3 – 26 mph

The wind over Mo^n and Caernarfon is 26 mph today, the fastest in the British Isles, but the wind turbine contribution to total demand is still only 6.45%. This means that this type of contribution is their optimal contribution, and that they are obviously useless, and will always be useless. The 35,000 turbines are approaching their rated or optimal performance, but their contribution to the grid is dismal. Demand is currently 34.25 gigawatts. The major weak point is that hydroelectric contribution is only 1.83%. It should be close to 100% with low energy nuclear reactors and energy from spacetime also making major contributions.

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