But much of the changes we need will come from customers who can’t get what they want from the grid, concluded Asmus. “Ten years out, microgrids will be an everyday, non-controversial decision.”
State or federal, the plan should be solar, argued SEIA.
Current efforts by utilities to stifle cleantech takeovers of the macrogrid, from solar taxes to worse, are being successfully fought off, as global warming throws ever more challenges in the way.
Microgrids make sense for a world where lighter and cleaner is better. Especially if you want to pack an increasingly powerful punch on a destabilized planet with problems.
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“The question is not if or even when the change will come, but rather, how fast.”
“It does not evaluate mitigation technologies or policies or undertake an analysis of the effectiveness of various approaches.”
In real-time. Shit just got real. Really.
National Grid is aiming for over 120 MW of solar and wind generation, but hopefully its renewables adopters won’t be punished with unnecessary tariffs or pulled subsidies for doing the right thing.
Why on earth is anyone thinking about pulling the sunshine plug?
Why does everyone seem to have their fingers crossed?