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    -137 months ago

    There’s not enough solar production capacity to sustain China’s demand, nevermind the world’s.

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      7 months ago

      One type of source is not even close to ideal. The grid should be diverse and decentralised.

      Your idea is stunted.

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        17 months ago

        Who’s meeting the demand of emerging economies for solar panels?

        It’s not the US, who’s steadfastly adopted an economic protectionist stance.

        It’s not China, who can’t keep up with their domestic demand for solar panels.

        It’s not the EU, who’s too stuck in a regulatory quagmire to meaningfully invest in solar panel manufacturing.

        It’s not India, who, like China, can’t keep up with their domestic demand.

        It’s also not going to be ASEAN, because they too are supply-constrained.

        Solar panels don’t magically appear.

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          17 months ago

          What is your short sighted hardon for solar panels about? To me it shows that you aren’t informed on the subject and think that a logistics problem is a vaild detractor from the use of the technology.

          Windmills, hydro, geothermal, and gasp nuclear.

          Like, fuck, you seem like you would walk into an apple store see a lack of Iphones and then delcare “there aren’t enough phones available”, while ignoring androids.

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            -17 months ago

            Let me just deploy nuclear, hydro, geothermal, and gigantic wind turbines in an emerging country.

            Oh. Oops.

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              17 months ago

              You really don’t understand engineering do you?

              Hydro, windmill, and geothermal have multiple different levels of size. These technologies are actually ideal for developing nations, as they can build their grid without fossil fuels.

              Nuclear is incredibly safe when following IAEA guidelines and not a being chucklefuck like you.

              I don’t know what you are specifically arguing for, but you definitely aren’t making your case or one against renewables and non fossil fuels.

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                -37 months ago

                Let me just build a 20 billion dollar nuclear reactor in a country without a functioning grid.

                Oh.

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                  Oh, you don’t actually listen to people and pretends they don’t have an understanding of the world.

                  Have fun yelling into the void.