Good Renewables vs. Bad Renewables

Bad Renewables meet less than five of the seven Grid Requirements – mostly wind power, but also solar.

Good renewables meet more than five of the seven Grid Requirements – Hydro, Geothermal, Nuclear.


Do we really want to emulate Denmark?
Is 33¢/KWH an economic benefit?

 What’s the Correlation between Higher GOOD Renewables* Usage Residential Electricity Rates?

goodNote that this is just the opposite of the wind power graph. 
Here the more good renewables used, the lower the ¢/KWH.

Note: both left and right Y axes use the same scale.
ref: IEA 2007 World Energy Statistics

Thanks to John Droz, Jr., Retired Physicist, New York