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Resource Documents by István Markó

Ongena, Jozef; István Markó; Koch, Raymond; and Debeil, Anne
Hidden consequences of intermittent electricity production
If the aim is to decarbonize the electricity sector and phase out nuclear power, then renewable energy remains as the only source of electricity. As wind and solar photovoltaics (PV) are a major fraction (in Germany about 65% of the total renewable electricity production) one then must cope with strong intermittency. The consequences show up most prominently during dark and cloudy periods without wind. The reality of this last statement is illustrated in Fig. 1, showing the evolution of the electricity . . . Complete article »

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