Having spent years trying out solar generated electricity, I would say IT WILL NEVER COME CLOSE TO REPLACING FOSSIL FUEL. And even the addition of wind generated electricity will not help. That is not to say that each has not its place.
Here is a good comparison of space station solar panel size to occupant capacity.
Max occupants = 7
8 panels each = 112 x 39 ft
That is almost 5000 sq ft per person.
How would you like a house of 5000 sq ft for just one person?
So how much does a wind turbine really produce?
Average wind speed is about 6.5 m/s, giving an average power output of 900W (from power curve). Average energy per day is 900W x 24h = 21,600 Wh or 21.6 kWh.
In my 800 sq ft home, I can use up to 600 KW-HRS in 30 days, or 20 KW-HRS per day.
Therefore, one wind turbine would barely power my house, despite the turbine having the ability to generate more power.
Looks like we need more global warming to produce stronger wind.
Maybe Pelosi, Kerry, Biden, et al should be giving their speeches in front of a wind turbine.
THE ONLY REAL GOOD SOURCE IS NUCLEAR.