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Tuesday, 14 February 2012

German energy policy

Renewable energy can not effectively provide nation-wide base load electric power.  For the foreseeable decade at least, only coal, gas, oil and nuclear energy sources can provide that electricity at reasonable cost.  Storage of electricity from sunny and windy times remains too expense despite decades of battery research.  See "Funding shortage threatens Germany's energy revolution".

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