World’s first floating offshore wind farm in Scotland.- BBC News

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Each wind turbine is taller than Big Ben and the farm can power 20,000 homes.

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  • whykhr
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    Unbelievable stupidity. $274M for a wind farm of a lousy 30MW. So $274M/30MW=$9.1K per peak kw or $26k per avg delivered kw, not including the 3X oversized transmission lines and the unavoidable backup/storage high cost. And still the wind turbines don't replace any infrastructure, in fact it ADDS infrastructure due to intermittency, and will not replace any of the vast fossil infrastructure, you still need all the power plants, maintained manned and often fired up, building steam, all the vast natural gas pipelines, production wells, fracking sites, storage, oil infrastructure, tankers, military, coal mines, rail cars, LNG tankers, the works. That is a huge investment & maintenance cost. So all wind does is replace a bit of NG fuel worth 2 cents a kwh in the USA. The wind farm IS NOT CAPABLE of powering 20,000 homes, that is nonsense. Homes require power 24/7 not just when the wind happens to be blowing strongly.

    Even First-Of-A-Kind Hinkley C EPR (wrong kind of nuclear) with the EU dictators inflating the price to $8.1k per peak kw or $9k per avg delivered kw is 30% of the cost, without needing any added storage or backup fossil infrastructure, it has no need of fossil at all.
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