Why don't you give both sides of this subject of renewable energy to the public instead of only the proponents’ (“Two clean energy bills in Md.; one clear choice,” March 4)?
There are many serious problems when you take hundreds of sources and try to connect them to the electrical grid at the same time. The maintenance of proper phase and amplitude of all these sources would be a real problem.
Why don't you ever quote people who really know what the true costs would be if we ever go 100 percent to wind and solar?
Eugene T. Rohe
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