Google’s solar plant runs on natural gas

For four hours a day, no less. But that’s not the funniest part. The funniest part about this giant bird burner, is this:

“Because of alarmism based on computer model predictions of rising temperatures in 100 years, we’ve built a fossil-fuel fired solar plant which is already in trouble because of failed computer model predictions of the clouds over the next few years …

“Now, even the best solar energy conversion devices don’t operate 24 hours a day, or even 12 hours a day. Generally, eight hours a day or even less is the norm. And that has been cut down by clouds … so at present, dreaded fossil fuels are likely providing a third of the energy to fuel the plant.”

Google’s plant, of course, is fully subsidized by the Democrat federal government, i.e. your tax money at work, because it isn’t efficient enough to turn a profit. Which isn’t funny at all.

Via Watts Up With That.

One response to “Google’s solar plant runs on natural gas

  1. Clouds… hm. What next? Ice formation on the mirrors?