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2021-10-19 Renewables Leading Source US Electricity By 2030 – EIA

According to the EIA, renewables will be the leading source of US electricity by 2030. The EIA says 42%, but they have been too conservative in their estimates in the past. We (the whole world) must be much farther away from fossil fuels by 2030, especially coal. Coal power plants must be gone as soon

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2021-10-15 Hydrogen Hub Proposal For Scottish Isles

The green hydrogen will be generated by offshore wind turbines nearby.

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2021-10-13 Wind Turbines Pay For Themselves In A Few Years

To the climate change deniers who can’t add 1 and 1. Wind turbines pay back their costs after a few years and save thousands of tons of CO2 during their lifetimes.

2021-10-08 Colossal 16 MW Offshore Wind Turbine

MingYang’s newest wind turbine << A single MySE 16.0-242 turbine will generate 80,000 MWh of electricity annually. It will produce 45% more energy than MingYang’s previous turbine model, the MySE 11.0-203. One of these turbines will be able to eliminate more than 1.6 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions over the course of its

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2021-10-05 Renewables Plus Storage Replace Gas Plants

From FB comment re: Headwind”21 movie Alexander Pohl Said, “where does electricity come from when the wind doesn’t blow? They are building 100% standby gas for … wind…” No, they are not!! The gas turbine peaker plants are being replaced with BESS – battery energy storage systems. Search for Moss Landing BESS for an example.

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2021-10-01 Nuclear Power Phase Out In EU

Quote: << For those wondering what is happening with nuclear power, it is set to be phased-out by 2030 in Belgium, Germany, Spain, and Switzerland. Italy has already closed all of its functioning nuclear plants as of 2020. Nevertheless, electricity sourced from nuclear power stations will grow 1% in 2021 and even 2% in 2022.

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2021-09-30 Offshore Wind Blows 24 hrs / 365 days

There are some renewables that are almost 100% reliable. One is geothermal power. Another might be offshore wind turbines. Quote: from description in YouTube video << Offshore wind farms solve one of renewable energy’s biggest problems: unreliability. With wind almost always blowing on sea, there is no lack of power. >>

2021-09-29 Renewables plus Storage Are Replacing Fossil Fuel Plants

Reply on SCE sponsored FB ad Larry Jasmin You can degree-wave all you want and it doesn’t change the facts: you’re being ignored by the ones who make the decisions on what generation sources are going to be replacing thermal power plants. It’s understandable that you’re concerned about losing your job along with thermal power

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2021-09-28 German Offshore Wind Farms; Recycling Blades

The narrator goes to the offshore wind turbine to show us a 6.2 MW wind turbine. The key takeaway is that these offshore wind turbines solve the wind turbine intermittency problem because it’s windy as hell out there 24 hours, 365 days a year. He said the transmission line to southern Germany was supposed to

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2021-09-21 Government Should’ve Moved Earlier To Low Carbon

The key is: (quote) << Heat pumps for homes could also reduce the UK’s reliance on gas, added Jan Rosenow, Europe director at the Regulatory Assistance Project, as they run on electricity, though electricity in the UK is partly generated by gas. “But even if all of the electricity used by heat pumps was generated

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