South Australia posts a remarkable and world-first run of net 100 per cent wind and solar for more than 10 days, or 249 hours.
South Australia has just chalked up what is undoubtedly a world first – a run of more than 10 consecutive days over which the average production of wind and solar accounted for 100 per cent of local demand.
No other gigawatt scale grid in the world has come close to this amount of “variable renewable energy”, or for such a long time.
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Mot(s)-clé(s) : énergie