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    Friday, February 16, 2018

    World Power Grids Are Ready For New Energy

    Study: Solar and Wind Won’t Break the Grid

    Zsofia Vegh, February 14, 2018 (Energy Collective)

    “…[Major power systems around the world] are able to cope quite well with increasing shares of intermittent renewables, if the right measures are taken…[I]ncreased generation of these renewables does not make the grid less reliable or compromise security of supply, [according to Power-Industry Transition, Here and Now, a new study from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).] Critics of renewable energy have often warned that there are strict limits to the amount of intermittent power that the grid can handle…Yet so far, despite strong growth of solar and wind, no limits appear to be on the horizon. The expansion of renewables does present challenges and require measures, but with the right measures, systems are able to cope quite well…The IEEFA researchers looked at nine countries and regions which last year had shares of renewables ranging from 14.3% to 52.8%, while the global average was 5.2%...[They were Denmark (52.8%)…South Australia (48.4%)…Uruguay (32.2%)…Germany (26%)…Ireland (24.6%)…Spain (23.2%)…Texas (18%)…California (15%)…[and] the state of Tamil Nadu, India (14.3%)…The study outlines various methods for countries to integrate a higher share of wind and solar power into their systems. There is no general rule as to which of the options to follow; countries should adopt and adjust these measures according to their specific needs. The report did not look into the cost of these measures…” click here for more

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