I have been checking the ISO-NE website regularly for the past few weeks, since they announced the addition of the "real time fuel mix chart". The chart is on the bottom of the "ISO Express" page. Today's fuel mix has been typical. Total demand follows a curve from low during the night to high during the day. Renewables, mostly waste and biomass make up 6% of total generation. 885 MW of wind turbines, occupying about 80 miles of New England's mountain ridges, more than half in Maine, are generating a mere 22% of renewables, or about 1.3 % of total grid demand. The first picture is the total fuel mix chart. The second picture is the renewable fuel mix chart. When will policy makers realize we are on a fool's errand with wind power?