Is green energy really a viable alternative to what we have now?

Question by Okla State Alum (Nacho Victory!): Is green energy really a viable alternative to what we have now?
Wouldn’t it be better to reform what we currently have than to spend the money to try and transition from gas and oil to other alternatives?

To me, green energy seems like pie in the sky. It’s a nice idea in theory, but I don’t think we could ever efficiently put it into practice.

Best answer:

Answer by Proud Texan
Yes

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5 Responses to “Is green energy really a viable alternative to what we have now?”

  1. I think that we will end up with a combination of traditional energy and add in some energy from green sources like solar and wind.

  2. It is a piece of the puzzle. It can be viable, but not as a replacement but as a cog in the big machine. Liberals just don’t understand how complex our grid is. Payback on one of those silly windmills is around 20 years.

  3. It should be intended to compliment what we have now, not replace it.

    Do you have any idea how many windmills it would take to replace one conventional coal fired power plant?

  4. Yes, it is what we have right now.

  5. No, because before it’s over, they will charge us just as much if not more for it.

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