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    A National Grid To Grow New Energy

    A national US power grid would make electricity cheaper and cleaner; The top 5 reasons to stitch together America’s balkanized grids.

    David Roberts, June 20, 2020 (VOX)

    Electricity is the fuel of the future. And as more and more of American life is electrified — transportation and buildings are already on their way — the electricity grid will face greater demands and will need to evolve to meet them…[Microgrids are the distribution system] branch of that evolution…[The bigger branch would be] a national grid…[The western interconnection, the eastern interconnection, and Texas now] largely operate independently and exchange very little power…[But] a national grid is overdue…

    It will unlock renewable energy potential…[by making] sure that every region is producing as much renewable energy as possible and that the energy is put to good use…It will reduce greenhouse gas emissions… by moving away from a regionally divided electricity sector to a national system enabled by high-voltage direct-current transmission…

    It will save consumers money…[Research has] found that for every $1 invested, ratepayers would see more than $2.50 in benefits…It will make the grid more reliable…[by] connecting the regions of the country into a single national grid, so that regions facing difficulty can draw power from neighbors who aren’t… [It] would create thousands of construction and maintenance jobs…” click here for more


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