Or perhaps gas isn’t the interim solution.
Perhaps wind and solar are the convenient problem to ensure big fossil fuels can continue selling their products.
That is attested to by the fact big gas is renewables biggest supporter.
The article had the secret lie to renewables that is so conveniently overlooked by greenies....................gas.
Replacing coal with gas does reduce CO2 but that's about 50% at best. The real solution to CO2 is hydro followed by nuclear. No other technology comes close.
It does demonstrate that reneables are unreliable though
What demonstrates Germany's model is a failure is the billions spent to date and the deliverables in 2019 (CO2/MWhr) and even worse the deliverables in 2035.
Given so many believe global warming is such an issue and action must e...
The website fed from govt or regulatory links provides a 24 hour snap shot of price, the power mix generation and carbon intensity.
It provides a clear guidance as to what energy mix models work and which ones don’t.
It’s also available as an app
and again, look at germany which is way more advanced in terms of time and $s than Australia. Yet in 2035 after 45 years and billions wasted they will be nowhere near brazil, france, new zealand, norway, sweden etc etc
Given that's the case do we accept a pathway down a failed model or choose...
yes it does take in population as the calculation is based on MWhrs not a gross consumption
So unfortunately nothing impressive other than the scale of failure. You'd think people who cared about glabal warming would start to ask questions about the failure of germany and whether Australia...
We know the wind solar model doesn’t deliver the outcome desired, evidenced by Germany’s failed model. In 2035 their emissions per MWhr will be marginally better than 1990.
That’s 45 years of effort, billions wasted and the environment is the loser.
Meanwhile Brazil, France, Sweden...
To compare like with like the first project for hornsea is £140 and the the second £57.50 which delivers an average cost of £95/MWhr
whilst the Hinkley project first reactor is £92.50 and the the second £60 which delivers an average cost of £76/MWhr
Then consider what the price of reliability...
Interesting to see the different news outlets provide very different prices
I will see if I can find the accounts but it’s interesting that dong won’t...