Eon Netz manages the transmission grid in Schleswig-Holstein and Lower Saxony, about a third of Germany, hosting just less than half of Germany’s thousands of megawatts of installed wind capacity. Their experience should be sobering to any enthusiast. For excerpts, see AWEO.org.
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