...wind turns out to be a good way to save fuel, but not a good way to avoid building plants that burn coal. A wind machine is a bit like a bicycle that a commuter keeps in the garage for sunny days. It saves gasoline, but the commuter has to own a car anyway.
Matthew L. Wald in 'Wind energy turns out to have a complication: reliability', New York Times 12/28/06
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