In order to balance the equation you end up needing over 200% of your peak demand in nameplate generating capacity, significantly more than the current inventory,in order to have enough capacity when the renewables are not available (during bad weather for example) and allow for maintenance down-time.
You seem to be determined to put down wind as an energy source. You seem to have done some thinking about this. Seem to. But I really wonder what your motivations are. You neglect to mention that in places that have lots of hydro power, a renewable, it is very common to have natural gas power plants sitting idle for long periods of time, waiting to power up. For example, in British Columbia, Canada, the Burrard Thermal natural gas plant sits idle for long periods of time during times of lower electricity demand and high hydro production. When demand goes up, they fire Burrard Thermal up to meet the excess demand. This has worked for decades. And British Columbia has some of the lowest electricity rates in the world. If you were interested in the validity of your arguments, why would you ignore examples like this? What you post seems like obfuscating propaganda.