|old mart||30/09/2020 21:06:40|
|1960 forum posts|
Ihate it whenever I see a vehicle proudly displaying "zero emissions", some people actually believe it.
|Keith Matheson||30/09/2020 22:01:39|
|31 forum posts|
Containable nuclear fusion reactors producing more electricity than we need, coupled with electrolysis plants splitting water (abundant on earth) into Hydrogen and Oxygen. What’s not to like! Well maybe in 30 years time! Who knows what the planet will look like by then though! Returning to lurking mode.
|220 forum posts|
Peak generation and distribution Capacity is near 50GW, averahe use is 32GW and mininum draw <20GW so as long as cars are charged off peah there is a lot of capacity,.
The use of smart meters will allow for more management of who charges when, and faster charging stations are appearing at petrol stations now,
I filled in online survey with one of the fuel majors where I pay at the pump and they clearly see themselves as an Energy company, watch to see how much some of them shift to renewables.
|mark costello 1||01/10/2020 21:09:30|
607 forum posts
Same crooks, different show.
|pgk pgk||01/10/2020 21:57:04|
|1910 forum posts|
..specially when you see Ionity's new fees... 69p/KWH compared to Tesla charging 24p and home charging being as cheap as 5p off-peak...
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