We should consolidate the ugliness of renewable energy.

Two things occurred to me when I saw this aerial video of a wind turbine blade graveyard in Texas:

wideawake_media: These wind turbine blades have come to die at a wind turbine graveyard in Texas, USA.

They've outlived their 20-year lifespan and can't be recycled.

How very "green" and "renewable".


First, this sort of thing already exists for 20-year-old turbines in an industry that is supposedly just getting started as a major industry.  What sort of acreage will we be talking as we approach the “net zero” fantasy?

Second, we should store this junk under the ugly solar farms for which we’re leveling forests.  At least then the ugliness will be consolidated.

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