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Opinion | BY TOM REID | October 20, 2021
Our modern society depends on a steady supply of baseload power, and although renewables are going to play a vital role, the fact that the sun doesn’t always shine, and the wind doesn’t always blow means they can’t replace generating stations that operate 24/7 as the foundation of our power grid, writes Tom Reid. Unsplash photograph by Matthew Henry
Opinion | BY TOM REID | October 20, 2021
Opinion | BY TOM REID | October 20, 2021
Our modern society depends on a steady supply of baseload power, and although renewables are going to play a vital role, the fact that the sun doesn’t always shine, and the wind doesn’t always blow means they can’t replace generating stations that operate 24/7 as the foundation of our power grid, writes Tom Reid. Unsplash photograph by Matthew Henry