“I personally hope those of you who read this will forgive my rants and start ranting with me and the others who do the same!”
I particularly enjoyed Parker’s first point, and the last two sections.
Canada Day came and went without parades or fireworks to celebrate the 153rd year of Canada’s birth as the Covid-19 pandemic lock-down kept many of us confined to small social bubbles. The exceptions were those who chose to defy regulations and participated in anti-racism protests, both indigenous and anti-black ones across the country. To most it seemed a strange way to celebrate our country’s successes. At least the weather was sunny and very warm in Ontario on July 1st!
Industrial Wind Turbines on Canada Day In Ontario
As is often the custom in Ontario on hot humid summer days, most of the IWT (industrial wind turbines) took the day off so the 4,800 MW of capacity they have was virtually silent. Had they operated at 100% of capacity they would have delivered 115,000 MWh but instead they only managed to puff out 7,440 MWh and had 400 MWh curtailed…
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