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yawn, renewables produce about 30% of their rated power over time, including falling to zero at regular intervals
there is no grid scale storage system
there are massive issues to do with intermittency and frequency control
fan boy ism doesnt make it so
unless you are prepared to go off grid and make compromises you are really talking nonsense
look at actual power delivered from which source, not installed power, power delivered.
This is the right response to avoid building massive nukes. Invest in solar allows to charge an electric car for free, heat a house with geothermal and keep the same level of comfort without using fossil energy. Energy is generated where it is used avoiding to transport it for long distances (with massive lost). Without any doubt a good idea.
"if the emission increased it is only because the easy replacement for the nuclear plant is another fossil burning plant (for instance :Coal)"
This is precisely what happened, every time, and it is bound to happen every time a nuclear plant is shut down (until 10 or 20 years in the future when solar can shoulder the extra load). Right now, nuclear powers something like 20% of USA, and solar half of 1% in the USA.
Yes, we should continue installing solar. But if your goal is less carbon emissions (as was Germany's goal and California's goal) then don't shut down existing nuclear plants (because in both places emissions increased as a result--despite a dramatic increase in solar).
I would not dare to compare solar waste to nuclear waste anyway... and if the emission increased it is only because the easy replacement for the nuclear plant is another fossil burning plant (for instance :Coal) which should only be a transition method. It is a political related issue as well.
I understand solar costs and takes time but overall, each investment in solar avoids so much problems we have with fossil. We only have two handling points : less consumption (unlikely to happen in our current type of industrial model) and renewable energies period.
Nuclear waste is a big problem cause it remains deadly for thousand of years, how can mankind possibly ensure proper security for so long ? Even if you ignore the waste issue, you must admit the security risk is a big problem. But even if you still ignore the security risk because "it only happen to others anyway", each nuclear site will eventually have to be dismantle with all the costs related and the site will still be polluted for centuries. It will cost much more than the solar investment we would have done during the lifetime of the nuke and we are not even sure we can pay for it... Don't misunderstand me, I'm not against anything than solar, I just believe that if we want to keep going with a certain level of life comfort, we don't have much choice. stop fossil and go renewable. We should work on it now in order to be ready in 15-20 years when nukes will not be an option anymore.
There is more toxic waste from solar than from nuclear.
When California and Germany shut down nuclear plants,
emissions increased in California and Germany (not surprisingly).
In 15-20 yrs, maybe solar can pick up the load (instead of fossil fuel taking over every time you shut down a nuke plant), but we don't have 15 years.
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