Energy grid 'duck chart' used to wade into timing issues

Aug 26, 2013 Full story: SFGate

The "duck chart" shows the amount of electricity on the state's grid on a typical March day, without renewable energy.

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Since: Mar 13

Washington, DC

#1 Aug 26, 2013
There is a simple solution to this issue. Require that the unreliables make themselves dispatchable via storage or rapid response fossil back-up systems. Quit shifting the burden for these lousy sources to the other players on the grid. It is just not fair.

Since: Mar 13

Washington, DC

#2 Aug 26, 2013
Why are there two copies?

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