Saturday, February 18, 2012

I told you so

The supply shortfall coming from nuclear plant closures was expected to be filled with wind energy, he said. But because of a lack of interconnection within Germany, the electricity produced by those wind farms could not by supplied to the consumers directly and had to pass through Poland, the Czech Republic and Austria before reaching them, with the consequent power losses.

He added that the need to maintain electric system stability in Germany had required putting diesel generation and oiled-powered stations back on stream.
Nuclear industry seen emerging from Fukushima shock

Ok, so not coal, but dirty CO2 producing power to replace CO2 free power generation.

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