Because RE zealots crowed about Germany’s ‘inevitable transition’ to wind and solar from the outset, it’s no surprise that its disastrous conclusion is attracting attention, much like a freeway pileup.
Germany’s so-called Energiewende (energy transition) has turned into a power pricing and supply calamity. Which was as perfectly predictable as it was perfectly avoidable.
Jonathan Tennenbaum is one smart cookie. He received his PhD in mathematics from the University of California in 1973 at the tender age of 22. He’s also a physicist, linguist and pianist and the former editor of FUSION magazine, lives in Berlin and is a frequent visitor to Asia and elsewhere, consulting on economics, science and technology.
Jonathan reaches the inevitable conclusion that the ‘inevitable transition’ to wind and solar was a disaster just waiting to happen. And points out that the inevitable solution was staring Germans in the face all the time: nuclear power.
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