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Renewable Power, But Not For When It’s Needed Most (Part 2)

April 26, 2010 by

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PART TWO OF TWO PARTS THE ABJECT FAILURE OF RENEWABLE POWER, WHEN IT WAS NEEDED THE MOST January of 2010 was the middle month of what has been one of the coldest Winters on record. Electrical power consumption spiked higher for December by almost 17%, probably expected for the start of Winter, but in January, […]

Renewable Power, But Not For When It’s Needed Most (Part 1)

April 26, 2010 by

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PART ONE OF TWO PARTS THE ABJECT FAILURE OF RENEWABLE POWER, WHEN IT WAS NEEDED THE MOST It’s so easy to look at a set of statistics and make assumptions from them. Everybody does it, and different people can look at the same set of stats and come to different conclusions. So, when I do […]