OFF TOPIC since Steve hasn’t told you about it yet, a CIA analyst points to deep state/Democrat insurrection in the USA.
Jo Nova reports how NSW was shrouded in dust and smoke with 47C in the Hunter Valley 75 years ago.
The choke point problem with German wind power.
The problem of wind power’s volatility becomes evident during the colder and darker months of the year, when the vast majority of Germany’s power demand still has to be covered by conventional power plants. A period of dark days with no wind – “Dunkelflaute” in German – means that besides the few hours of sunshine typical for the winter months, doldrums can bring the turbines’ entire output below 1,000 GW for a whole day.
They have more than 29,000 windmills with plated capacity over 53GW, what does 1,000GW for the whole day mean in terms that I can understand in relation to the measures that I read daily on the AEMO site for windwatching.
So if they depend on more than that amount of power that day, Germany goes black? And what about the rest of Europe and the knock-on effect worldwide?