Britain’s Plan To Save Energy By Paying Businesses To Shut Down Falls Apart

The Daily Caller quotes Myron Ebell on Britain's gid operators' decision to pay for "negative electricity" when there isn't enough power to meet demand.  

“The decision by Britain’s National Grid to cancel one of its emergency demand response programs because of a lack of companies willing to cut their electricity use when demand peaks is more evidence of the difficulties involved in trying to keep the lights on when more and more power is coming from intermittent and unreliable sources such as wind and solar,” Myron Ebell, director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Read the full article at The Daily Caller.