The headline indicates that six Leaf cars can power the building. Later they say the scheme reduced peak power load by 2%. Doesn't that indicate it would take 6*50, or 300 Leaf cars to power the whole building.
This sort of fuzzy math makes me doubt most of the solar and wind claims.
Another post is heavily in favor of net-metering, where the utility pays you the same rate per KWH as they sell it to you. That's bad economics. That means you can buy power at peak periods and have them buy from you at off-peak. You're asking them to be your energy storage source at no cost. If everyone did that, the utility would go broke trying to keep generator plants available (at zero cost) for when the sun doesn't shine or there's a hot day with a large air conditioning load.
Actually, the preferred term is "undocumented torte".
Does that mean we're going to have more of those fake-tree cellular towers? I like the monopoles better.
It takes an interesting mind to watch thousands of 5-passenger cars go by with a single occupant and not think that carpooling is a solution. Just one additional passenger will double the capacity of the road.
And there are millions of packets going by on the Internet. Just think, if every other packet were concatenated on the previous one, there would be half as many packets, and that would double the capacity of the routers.