Weirdly, once we have batteries, we don't need those peaker plants. Once we don't need peaking plants renewables can explode to take up the slack.
Some of us are already there.
Yeah, but that's what it looks like before you have the assembly line nailed down. All the pieces are spread out. The optimal strategy hasn't been invented yet.
The only thing different between there and Tesla is that Tesla doesn't finish the building until they need the space - and they seem...
Last week. The week before. Last month.
I still need to ask someone where certain editions are. To trade old books for new. To give me suggestions. To hold readings, and a place to sample the items.
I still need instruments and recordings and old copies not available online. Like, half...
Yeah, but they've since caught up. As has been pointed out, only a small percentage of solar power on net metering can max out the grid's absorption.
Hence needing batteries and residential solar instead of big utility-scale sets.
Yes. I am shown to be dyslexic again. x-x
If it were to the left, it would be like my motorcycle puts it near the left handle.
PS, is anyone else distracted that in BMW's thumbnail, three cars are about to collide?