Exit coal enter fears of black-outs
Climate Spectator, 19 October 2012
Intermittent wind and solar have long been considered incapable of meeting peak demand and now that the NEM is lacking some coal-fired generation, fears of power outages are being voiced.
However, Climate Spectator astutely educates the alarmists through the subtle workings of supply and demand, as well is highlighting our fleet of gas-fired generators that are ready to spring to life in order to capitalize on moments of ceiling wholesale prices at $12,500 a MWh.
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