The American people have been deceived under the notion that volatile and intermittent energy that lacks stability is a feasible source of power. Almost every nation that has implemented solar and wind technologies in excess of 20% overall capacity has seen dramatic electricity price increases and grid instability. Solar/wind lacks the ability to fully replace stable base load power that is derived from nuclear, coal, oil, or natural gas. To do so would require massive storage which no energy storage method to date could economically satisfy. Solar and wind are a waste of time and space.
Nuclear offers a clean, base load power solution that does not require storage and can save the climate with much less money, land, and time invested. ALL government programs that use monetary funds to support solar or wind should begin devoting that money instead to nuclear, increasing by increments of 20% of the original solar/wind funding per year until reaching 100% in the fifth year. This should continue until the grid is 80% nuclear.