Tag Archives: Electricity

A Fifth Is Fine For Scotch, Power Generation Not So Much

I’m happy with a Fifth Of Scotch, not happy with a 1/5 of electrical generation, and really unhappy to take the Fifth… Continue reading

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CSPAN – Bipartisan Policy Comm. per CPP

I am astounded at how the petty bureaucrat class can be so daft and accepting of a half decade process including years of litigation to set a fuel type for electric generators. Continue reading

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Duck Curves getting Nessie Necks

A very interesting article on the Duck Curve and how excess solar supply can whipsaw conventional production, already to the point where at peak sun there’s too much electricity and it will be destabilizing and eventually crashing grids. Continue reading

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Unstable Electricity and Higher Costs Causes…

What happens to a society when electric power becomes unreliable or when rates spike up dramatically? Is there a way to know what is headed our way? Continue reading

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