I don’t know if it’s a good idea for the government to push green energy

Every one of us reside in an area where the wind can cause some brutal damage.

Many times there are high sustained winds for several months on end.

For this reason our state has approved the installation of immense windmill farms across the area in addition to I suspect that they have done this without realizing the full impact of the decision. Sure, vacant farmland has been targeted for these enormous windmills but it also can affect other areas of the environment as well. They say that in the coming years solar, wind, in addition to hydro power plants will run most of the infrastructure in addition to allow for properties to use their heat, air conditioning, in addition to other appliances for a more acceptable cost in addition to do less damage to the environment also. However, I wonder how much the upfront cost of this change will truly be. If the taxpayers are footing the bill for all of this “green energy” then are they really saving currency in the grand scheme of things. Yes, these items will cut back on harmful emissions from fossil fuels even though I don’t see any other advantages realistically. If people choose to install solar panels on their own to run their Heating plus Air Conditioning equipment in addition to lights that is great as they are benefiting directly from the currency they invested. Giving it to the government to purchase in addition to install these things is not exactly a good thing though. Additionally, if a person wants to run Heating plus Air Conditioning equipment off of a single one of these alternative power sources the equipment has to be retrofitted to make the conversions in most of the cases. If they are doing this on a state level then it will cost even more tax dollars to make those changes in government buildings all across the state.

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