Unfortunately, his reading seems to depend on a lot of hindsight. The
problem of how to keep the lights on and reduce global climate change is
really a lot tougher than our current technologies can handle.
I would not condemn wind or solar but to throw all eggs in one basket is
never a good idea.
What happened to tidal and wave power?
Tidal seems to me to be one place we might be looking, and as said so does
nuclear modular systems, after all they build them for submarines, why not
local towns especially if near a source of water.
As an all electric home with a smart meter on a tariff from EDF which is
supposedly fixed for three years, how long will even big players like this
be able to offer these prices, certainly higher than some of the smaller
players but still apparently too low to make the company any money now the
cost of energy is much higher. Can you really blame Russia? Is it not
exactly what the Arab nations did in the past to get money for investing?
Until the world can effectively work together I suspect climate change will
still be an issue. We have the doouble issue of the world moving out of ice
age earth back to hot house earth and we cannot affect that but we are
effectively digging a hole to deep to climb out of by making it happen far
faster than it would normally. Sigh, what can I do? Not a lot.
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