From the usual numpties telling us that renewables don\’t cause a problem for grids.
\”could meet or exceed demand in 99.4 percent of hours, with load being met without imports from other regions and without turning to reserve storage. In addition, surplus power would be available to export in 8.6 percent of all hours, providing an ample safety net where needed from one region of the U.S. to the next.\”
Err, so if other regions only need outside the region power 0.6% of the time then where and how are they going to dump the excess power which is available 8.6% of the time?
Haven\’t we just said that a renewables heavy system will need to dump near 10% of all the energy it generates?