Author Topic: It now costs $50 to produce one mwh of solar power. Coal, otoh, costs $102  (Read 998 times)

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>spatial

I'm thinking that spatial is the bigger problem.

>2x the juice from the same amount of solar exposure

Right. Even with big suburban homes roof area end up being at a premium.


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https://www.eenews.net/stories/1060083703

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Coal executive Bob Murray last year presented Trump administration officials with half a dozen draft executive orders aimed at exiting the Paris climate accord and peeling back coal regulations.

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Not cost based, but generated in the UK.  I re looked at this as a mate in construction specialises in power.

http://www.gridwatch.templar.co.uk/

There has been little wind in the UK recently.  It shows here.

This shows the solar better although I understand it is difficult to assess, as the data is not central:
http://gridwatch.co.uk/

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