- Jun 16, 2007
That's reasonable except its unlikely their windfarm will be the only one effected by lack of wind. Its a general problem with windpower and it has not yet been solved.I don't know,
say however, they have renewable power, be it wind power or whatever, that exceeds their maximum demand, & that excess is sold to the grid,
& they draw power from the grid when the required renewable is not available,
& the power that they draw from the grid is balanced by the renewable power that they give to the grid,
then the operation can be considered as '100% renewable' ?