Center of the American Experiment will host a lunchtime forum on the dark side of wind and solar energy this Thursday, August 12 at the Wedgewood Cove Golf Club in Albert Lea. The event is open to the public and the $20 admission price includes lunch.
Energy experts Isaac Orr and Robert Bryce will discuss the portrayal of wind turbines and solar panels as the ticket to salvation for a civilization on the precipice of catastrophic climate change. In reality, the deployment of wind and solar energy is meeting fierce resistance from landowners and rural governments from Maine to Hawaii. In addition, those energy sources require staggering amounts of minerals (many of which are controlled by China) and many of the components in solar panels and wind turbines are full of toxic materials that cannot be recycled.
Isaac Orr, Center of the American Experiment Energy Policy Fellow
Robert Bryce, Author, Journalist and Documentary Film Producer
Lunchtime forum on the dark side of wind and solar energy
Wedgewood Cove Golf Club
2200 West 9th Street
Albert Lea, MN 56007
11:30 AM Lunch served
12:00 PM Presentation begins
1:00 PM Program concludes
Cost: $20 admission includes lunch