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Old 01-02-2019, 03:57 PM   #4374 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by aerohead View Post
My comment had to do with total electrical demand,not 'energy.'
Again,75% of Germany's total electrical demand has been met with renewable energy-derived electricity.That's all I'm saying.
And if you've ever been there,you know that a lot of their load is for expendable activities.
It's just that these cherry picked statements mislead the under informed general public into thinking that we have it made with wind and solar if only the evil and greedy fossil fuel interests would allow us. Which is not true at all. The truth that we must understand is that even Germany, as the world leader in % of wind and solar build out, has only accomplished a 4% share of what they use every day.
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