On July 25, Germany surpassed the old record of 74% renewable electricity. But the most interesting aspect is power trading between France & Germany on that day.
The claim that Germany will rely on foreign nuclear energy is back again. One wonders why proponents of nuclear power understand the technology and markets so poorly.
The city of Münster plans to use excess electricity on the grid to generate heat, which can be easily stored.
The Solutions Project formulated for the US, the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan in 7 infographics.
Like Tesla, Daimler will start offering energy storage solutions, according to recent reports. They will be commercially available in September.
German monthly power bills have fallen. Right now, there is no region of the US where power bills would be lower than in Germany.
The UK government recently said Britain could reach a level of solar power that would generate 4% of its electricity.
Tomorrow, a new 800 MW hard coal plant will go into operation in Hamburg, Germany.
Without renewables, the German phase-out of nuclear that (re-)started in 2011 would have been much more costly, especially for industrial consumers.