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High Tech jobs flee Germany over expensive and unreliable wind and solar 

 
The green energy cabal has claimed that wind and solar electricity will bring new "green jobs" to Germany, but after the biggest power conversion in Europe, not only has that not happened but traditional jobs are leaving the country due to the high cost and the unreliability of green energy.
 
Chemical plants largely left in the first wave but now it is the high tech industries moving to find cheaper and more dependable power.  Germany's largest chipmaker, Siltronic, has just announced it is moving to Singapore.  Now, Germany's largest semi-conductor maker, Infineon, has announced it is considering leaving Germany and Europe.
 
"The high electricity price makes the location unattractive,” Silitron's CEO told German newspaper Handelsblatt,  noting that electricity in Singapore cost less than half as much, and blaming the high cost in Germany on wind and solar.  Singapore's electric plants run on gas.  A spokesman for Infineon told the newspaper that the insecure wind and solar power supply was also a major factor in considering moving out of Germany and Europe.  
 
This comes as a bottleneck of chips from Asia have been hurting the German auto industry.
 
 
Joe Biden and Roy Cooper want to take America and North Carolina down this same rabbit hole.



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