A whole state in Australia lost power on Wednesday, after wild weather brought down 22 transmission towers. Here's some of the carnage.
Suddenly, politicians started blaming the catastrophic blackout on South Australia's renewable energy sector, which powers about 40% of the state.
One energy sector expert literally laughed at the suggestion. So people started blaming other stuff on renewable energy, too.
Because if clean energy can cause the blackout, it could have caused my headache.
Or the mighty Port Adelaide Power... oh... I see what you did there :golf claps:
Mmmmm makes you think.
Seriously though, who is taking all the forks?
What if this renewable thing catches on with the politicians?
How far back can we go?
This is a real disaster tbh.
Renewable energy, what hasn't it taken from us?
Mark Di Stefano is a media and politics reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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