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Hah, this 7 year old article again. There was discussion on this a few years ago here IIRC.
EIA lists Texas as having 11.6GW of PV planned from 4/2021 through 2025, the large majority by the end of 2022.the saga continues... ercot issues conservation warnings... and the wind isn't blowing 30-35 GW of wind is only producing 1.5 GW.... or 4 percent of installed capacity
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good news is solar is working well, just need 4 times more solar to take the day time peak off the production curves.
the saga continues... ercot issues conservation warnings... and the wind isn't blowing 30-35 GW of wind is only producing 1.5 GW.... or 4 percent of installed capacity
I shall have many cans of beans and cooking pots ready to do what is needed for "wind" generation!attention everyone in texas, walk out side and start blowing with the wind...
Link to sources, pleaseLooks like wind is saving Texans butts. For the ~900th time that's not what it's for but what's that old saying? Better to be lucky than smart or something along those lines? If you're getting 17GW from wind your operating reserves should definitely be >17GW.
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