And if is running in the off peak?
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The point is what happens if a new consumer only consumes during the lowest points.
If you build the factory will it increase baseload?
If I have a large power consumer and I drop it when power is in high demand then am I considered a peak or base load consumer?
Don't forget 8.3% wind for texas. http://www.awea.org/MediaCente...
Only decent large scale storage is pump-storage hydro, or solar thermal with heat storage.
The official election season does. You still get ads before then but not a lot. (And mostly they are the government saying this new policy of ours is a good idea)
79 seat swing total in the last two state elections is a big change (total is 89)
18/76 non major two parties in the senate.
Without mandatory voting only those who have been convinced to vote will vote - which also generally means the major parties who have the money will be the ones they vote for.
which is 1/40th of 100m.
24500J per 1m^3 according to your figures.
24500J * 1 billion = 2.45 × 10^13J or 6.80555556 Gigawatt Hours
With the 4 changes in the tides I get 27GWh per day.
It does seam coal in general is being reduced though.
All 5 of the major datasets (RSS, UAH, HadCRUT4, GISS, NCDC) show no warming for between 14 and almost 18 years. In that time CO2 has risen 8-10%.
You mean temperatures have not risen since the super el-nino that put a lot of heat from the ocean into the atmosphere?
What happens if you look at 10 or 20 years?
By the way lost in the politics of CO2 is the fact that at 150 PPM all plant life above the oceans dies. Followed very shortly after by all the animals.
So people are wanting to get back down to 280 and somehow this would mean going down to 150?
Yeah the Republicans are that. Renaming it to climate change so that it sounds less scary.
If it replaces a coal or natural gas station it does.
Although the Tea Party has embraced home solar.
Of course the far right likes to ignore that China has so many people that it's per captia emissions are much lower.