As for Denmark, here's the website- It's just as good a source as Facebook. http://www.aweo.org/problemwithwind.html . Your right, I was mistaken. Recently they are using about 1.3% wind. 19-24% of their TOTAL ENERGY PRODUCTION (not use) is wind. They sell about 80% of that to other states. NOT USING IT. SELLING IT.
A little closer to home- I live in Iowa- About 45 min from my house they are building 200 windmills. These windmills will not power 1 HOUSE in Iowa. Of the 200 workers, 20 are local. Once the construction is done, that wind farm will need ONE (1) technician to keep operations going. So where are all the green energy jobs?
Again, I emphasize,'under this administration' and 'how many more are there'.
You seem to think that I am not for 'green' industry. I am. I just happen to think that the government should stay out of it at this point. There's a difference between what truly works and what is a pipe dream.
People scream,'Ethanol, Ethanol, look at Brazil!' Brazil sunk a big ass pipe off their coast. THAT's why they are energy independent- NOT from sugar cane.
People scream,'Wind Energy, Wind Energy, look at Denmark!' Denmark gets less than 1% of their energy from the windmills they have. they do have a monopoly on the the Wind Power industry, but sadly 95% of the average Danes energy consumption comes from the North Sea.
Sorry man, when a government perfects a technology during a war effort, and then helps private industry get it off the ground- Kudos. We haven't done that in like 70+ years.