Thursday, February 1, 2018

Unzag.xyz

Come on, Unzag.xyz, who are you trying to fool?

Your article from January 25, 2018, is titled: "Wind Energy Is One of the Cheapest Sources of Electricity, and It's Getting Cheaper"

A Scientific American article from August 28, 2017, is titled: "Wind Energy Is One of the Cheapest Sources of Electricity, and It's Getting Cheaper"

Your opening:
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released the latest iteration of its annual Wind Technologies Market Report, which pulls together a wealth of data to track trends in the cost, performance, and growth of wind energy.
The report found that U.S. wind energy will continue to be one of the lowest cost electricity generation technologies available, with the long-term wind electricity price available through a power purchase agreement coming in at about half the expected cost of just running a natural gas power plant.
The opening from Scientific American:
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released the latest iteration of its annual Wind Technologies Market Report, which pulls together a wealth of data to track trends in the cost, performance, and growth of wind energy.
The report found that U.S. wind energy will continue to be one of the lowest cost electricity generation technologies available, with the long-term wind electricity price available through a power purchase agreement coming in at about half the expected cost of just running a natural gas power plant.
You're using somebody else's content, and your site has AdSense ads?  That's just sketchy.