The amount of "renewables" wins in EU posts is astonishing
But 10% of it comes from biomass, which kills forests
55% of EU energy is dirty energy import
Solar and wind are heavily reliant on coal/gas/oil plant stations

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16.8% & 14% for DE & UK is from energy renewables consumption:


16.8% is a win? 76.2% = Gas+Oil+Coal

DE http://bit.ly/3pJabcT 
DE http://bit.ly/3pIVfM3 
UK https://bit.ly/3oycU7G 

Production:
44.6% - 7.8 Biomass - 3.3 Hydro = 33.5%
40% = Gas+Oil+Coal
40% > 33.5% No win.
Nice visualization of how Europe went "renewable"
especially watch UK & DE on this map

France is mostly nuclear for your info

https://twitter.com/electricityMap/status/1357248695499128832

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Current renewables energy generation in winter in DE isn't more than 15-20% on average, above we see 33.5% stated:

http://bit.ly/39Y6H0C 

There’re drops when you have only 5% from wind & solar in a whole day

Even if you take a look at year results, they are far from promising
Today 11-Feb-2021, Wind + Solar = 19.5% in UK.
Biomass is not renewable (forest regrows 20-40 & more years).
Germany: W + S = 9%

Data: http://bit.ly/3a8OJZC 

Do you think it is a success story? Praised in the news.

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