Poweredbyhopealone Posted January 30, 2022 Share Posted January 30, 2022 43 minutes ago, castros_bro said: Where do you get your data, could you give the sources? Hydrogen in a storage tank with no leaks tends to be an efficient way of storage. Using solar energy to heat something then store in Dewer Flask thing as in the Morocco scheme below is more efficient the most Solar PV stuff as SolarPV max about 15% efficient re conversion of solar radiation to electric (it only uses part of the spectrum) but solar energy as heat is a lot higher then 15% so capturing the energy and storing it works. My reading of the Govt stuff gives wind farms (UKbits) generally a contract where all the power produced is paid even if it gets wasted so they don't lose money. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ouarzazate_Solar_Power_Station I'm afraid not, it was only a passing comment in conversation. and I have no doubt their contract forbids them talking about it n any detail. I was thinking of the hydrogen conversion rates, which to my limited understand arent that efficient when using hydrolysis? I had forgotten about the facts companies get paid for down time I must admit. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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