Many WUWT might think that renewable energy just can’t cut it, and when it comes to certain demand situations that may be a very valid issue. However, there has been quite a surge in installed renewables for daytime generation in California over the last 6 years, and the numbers from CAISO do tell a story that is surprisingly positive. Engineer and attorney Roger Sowell explains more about this month in this guest post. -Anthony
Guest essay by Roger E. Sowell, Esq.
From CAISO, record-setting renewable production
A lot of good is being done by renewable energy power plants in California, especially with the Aliso Canyon gas storage facility at very limited capacity due to an earlier leak. Renewable power plants are preventing the grid from experiencing blackouts.
The graphic above, from California Independent System Operator, CAISO, shows renewable power production for what appears to be the record-setting date…
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