Electric ferries

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    More unicorn chasing!!!:113:
     
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    Future generations will look back and laugh about the ignorance of people like you.
     
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    Electric fairy ?
    AH. I remember
     
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    Lol.....nobody cares.

    Countrywide, renewables provide a small fraction of American electricity....well under 10%. A joke.....and by 2040, solar and wind together will provide a bit over 10%! Check the EIA projections for the past 5 years under Obama and Trump......laughable.

    So nobody cares if a handful of k00k liberal counties are soaring....its about the full landscape.

    Want links?

    Here ya go.....about a billion of them......:2up:


    More Proof the skeptics are WINNING!!
     
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    Electric ferries!!!:abgg2q.jpg:
     
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    Like most green tech...they require more energy to produce and more CO2 is produced in their production than they will ever save...then there is the environmental disaster of disposing of it when it wears out at the end of its very short useful lifetime.
     
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    And when those rare earth elements become harder and harder to find what do you think will happen?
     
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    I know of no tech that will allow some one to separate out so called (green) energy from non green. Once it hits the national grid it all becomes a part of the whole.
    Even though Washington may rank very high in renewable energy that still only means less then 3% over all.
    The only way that changes is if the electrical transmission lines end at the Washinton border. Not the way it works.
     
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