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  • henk daalder Sonntag, 20-03-16 19:46

    In Europe it is not necessary to "store" power from wind farms, because that power has preference over fossil power.
    So, when the time comes that power needs to be "stored" it is the power from fossil power plants that will be stored.
    And it is up to these fossil power plants to decide how to store their power.
    Sensible operators will be able to reduce the output, by turning down the fire, as they do for more than 100 years.
    The problem in Germany is the price manipulation, by fossil power plants, only at times that wind or sun, generate much power.
    Then the fossil power plants reduce their output, the give preference to renewable power, but still generate just too much power, to manipulate the market price down.

    As it happens, they do not manipulate the price down, when there is not that much wind, then fossil power plants suddenly are very well capable to follow demand closely, and have a good price.

    German government should stop this fossil corruption, because it increases demand for EEG money in an unnecessary way.

  • Arno A. Evers Donnerstag, 25-06-15 09:06

    Dieser Satz: „...Die erneuerbaren Energien erfordern deutschlandweit einen nicht unerheblichen Ausbau der elektrischen Netze..." wird zwar überall kolportiert.
    Das sagt allerdings noch lange nicht,
    das er einer wirklich neutralen Prüfung
    (mit gesundem Menschenverstand) standhält.
    Schade eigentlich, das da so gar keine weiteren Optione geprüft weredn!

  • Arno A. Evers Donnerstag, 25-06-15 08:59

    Wie bitte war das, mit dem Bock und dem Gärtner?

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