World Primary Energy Consumption – Fossil Fuels Rule

Good article by David Middleton on WUWT.

He’s rebutting this:

“The amount of wind power capacity in North, Central and South America jumped 12 percent in the past year, a report revealed Tuesday. The Global Wind Energy Council found 11.9 gigawatts of capacity was added to the region, with the United States and Brazil among the biggest contributors.

The report bodes well for plans to transition more energy usage onto sustainable means, dropping the fossil fuels of yesteryear.”

I think the chart kind of proves that the fossil fuels aren’t exactly disappearing …

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2 thoughts on “World Primary Energy Consumption – Fossil Fuels Rule

  1. Yeah, fossil fuels aren’t going anywhere. Whenever I cite evidence like this to the loudest braying climate alarmists, they shut up and won’t debate our reality. It doesn’t take much to show growth when your starting point is zero.

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