Renewable Energy Now Accounts For A Third Of All Global Power Capacity | CleanTechnica
This article implies progress that does not exist. Particularly the clever use of the word “Capacity.”
Thank goodness that over half of the renewable energy is and has has been supplied by hydroelectric, leaving one-third of the generation “capacity” they are counting in the one-third renewables as wind and solar, neither of which meet the “Capacity” criteria that this headline includes.
In the real world, “Capacity” Is the generators that will run whenever it’s needed.
When it comes to wind and solar, they have installed enough equipment that, on a perfect high breeze
It’s important for every person who is hoping to see progress in slowing our climate crisis, so I’m going to explain it as simply as I can. In terms of electricity supply sources, “Capacity” refers to the ability to generate equipment in the system to deliver electricity to the grid when it’s needed.
The only renewable resource that can do that is Hydroelectric.
The reason I object to this headline is that it implies capabilities that do not exist. That gives people a false sense of security and undermines the urgency of installing more.
The reason I object to this headline is that it implies capabilities that do not exist. That gives people a false sense of security and undermines the urgency of installing more, and spend a lot more time working on capturing the full carbon reduction wind can bring if we have the right kinds of loads in place.
The reason the wind and solar systems we currently have in place are dysfunctional is that it was planned that way.
What the planners of the dysfunction system we have at the moment did not count on was that there would be people, in search of true carbon reduction in all sectors, who have figured out how to use the “potential” electricity that only needs a matching load. to accomplish the fuel consumption and CO2 reduction that the dysfunction system architects have been trying to avoid,
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