The wind speed in the Betws area now is an average of 10 mph, effective wind speed of 1 mph, because it takes 9 mph to start the turbines, so they are producing effectively nothing but grid instability, “A drunk man looks at the thistle” in the words of the great Scots and English language poet Hugh MacDiarmaid, one of the founders of the Scottish Nationalist Party and Civil List Pensioner 1950. Solar is again zero, an asbolutely brilliant achievement. Hydro is a dismal 2.84%, nuclear is flat out and gas is close to flat out to try to meet the heavy demand. Coal is also fired up and increasing. Wind has again failed completely this morning. So whoever formulated this crazy policy is an expert in drunken Brownian motion, random chaos (see my early Omnia Opera works on www.aias.us).