How will the Electricity Grid Cope?

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  • Hudson01
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    Originally posted by theartfullodger View Post
    The criminal murderer Johnson doesn't do planning as far as I can tell
    Well i rate him as a top planner..... he has managed to arrange more parties and work get togethers than i have had in my 6 decades on this planet ! He is a master planner.... when it's for his enjoyment mind.

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  • Neelix
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    No governments do any planning. It’s owned by the National grid and the regional distributors - its up to them to upgrade, replace etc

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  • Section20z
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    We actually have plenty of electricity generation capacity, what we lack is storage.
    ELectric cars actually reduce demand on the grid as they provide huge amounts of energy storage and can be charged at times of low demand.
    Google V2G if you're at all interested

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  • theartfullodger
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    It won't without a huge upgrade: The criminal murderer Johnson doesn't do planning as far as I can tell

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  • jpucng62
    started a topic How will the Electricity Grid Cope?

    How will the Electricity Grid Cope?

    So the Govt is making it difficult for new houses to be built with conservatories, picture windows bifold doors etc because these cause houses to heat up and householders might want to put in air conditioning which will would put more strain on the electrical grid.

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    If air-conditioning unit (also known as air source pumps) will put a strain on our electricity grid how is it supposed to cope when we all install heat pumps & drive electric cars?

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