No matter what I post here? Seriously? You think you're making a valid argument? So "clean" energy has no infrastructure that could be damaged by storm?<quoted text>
No matter what you post on here, overall the increased cost of energy gets saved in lower costs elsewhere such as insurance and money saved in having to rebuild storm damaged infrastructure. And if we are really serious clean energy yields a higher gain than fossil fuel could ever hope to imagine. More predictable crop yields, less extreme weather therefore lower energy consumption and the list goes on and on.
As for your "higher gain" argument, you're begging the question: higher costs today are offset by lower costs in the future?
Sounds an awful like Wimpy logic,'You'll gladly pay more for electricity today to [maybe] pay less in the future'.
But go ahead tell us about all the cost "savings". This will be amusing.