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If you really want to harvest the fruits of smart meters, you need smart pricing.
It has been propos...
on Nearly Half of All U.S. Electricity Customers Have Smart Meters
written on 6 December 2017 06:35:19
On the graph you see price of nuclear as 12-18 cents/kWh
May be you can find it “somewhere” in t...
on New Data, Same Results: Saving Energy Is Still Cheaper Than Making Energy
written on 6 December 2017 06:23:26
” They make power available when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing.”...
on Renewable Energy Isn’t Perfect, But It’s Far Better Than Fossil Fuels
written on 6 December 2017 06:13:49
If you want to get gas, you can get it at a quarter of the price on the world market.
If you want to...
on Turning Emissions Into Fuel
written on 4 December 2017 08:24:45
Germany tries to go green.
But it is rather difficult to balance the grid.
Germany is rich in money,...
on UK Government Overlooked Lower Costs of Renewables in Hinkley Nuclear Deal
written on 2 December 2017 12:44:34
But money talks and Black-outs may shout....
on The Polish Energy Problem, the Ukrainian Nuclear Solution
written on 28 November 2017 07:21:25
If you insist that the grid should be stable and still don't want neither pollution nor nuclear.
on Giving Thanks for Both Actinides and Hydrocarbons
written on 28 November 2017 07:18:30
`Spain has some nuclear.
But due to political pressure from the greens, it is not enough.
on Keeping Coal Plants Open: The Spanish Government’s Costly Intervention in the Power Market
written on 28 November 2017 07:12:36
Somehow we should admire the Germans for being able to provide power 24-7 and even 365
We should not...
on The German Energy Sector in 2016: Competition Gains, but Digitalization …
written on 28 November 2017 07:03:49
You can’t eat the cake and have it.
In order to get political support from “The Greens” Frau M...
on Should EPH, Betting on a Coal Power Future, Have Its Cake and Eat It Too?
written on 24 November 2017 07:51:34