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    6 months ago

    You asked if they could meet the needs of a population. I pointed to real world examples of them doing this.

    Every system has costs, and renewables with battery systems gets cheaper to operate over time. Unlike fuel, as that would be the other type of power generation.

    Also not buying into a ‘salesman’s talking point’, as I’m talking about the capabilities of technologies.

    Something you might not be aware of, but is taught to people who fix things. There are 2 kinds of expensive when it comes to systems, expensive to develop and install, and then there’s the expensive to maintain. Fuel falls into the second category.

    What’s the long term cost of sucking back exhaust?

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      16 months ago

      If the costs of energy storage and generation are prohibitive with solar, then people will be forced to use additional methods in order to meet their needs.

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        -16 months ago

        You sound like someone who hasn’t actually talked to people about how the systems work.

        What’s the cost of continuous operation of fuel based systems over the lifespan of the system?