Wind 26.35%, 3 – 34 mph, Wales 9 – 28 mph, 0655 local time

The wind speed in the Betws area is now 24 mph, an effective wind speed of 15 mph because it takes 9 mph to start the turbines. This is about the highest wind speed I have recorded in the Betws area in a year, due to a fleeting storm, so the turbines are transiently producing a little power. The year round average contribution of wind turbines to demand in Wales is about 3%. The contribution to total demand (electricity and fuel) is essentially zero. Hydro is negligible at 0.86% because of cloud cover, and hydro is a waste of time at 0.30%. This means that there is no government. There is a collection of self seekers who are easily overwhelmed by ruthless cabals, or are in league with them. The wind cabal must have known that their turbines would be useless, so must be made to pay for this deception by a real future government.


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