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In addition, even if Greece does produce and install PV and wind, it will still heavily depend on liquid fuels for transportation (who's going to pay for the infrastructure necessary to switch to electric traction, and we're talking about very rugged terrain) for a long time so at most it will be exporting power and importing or manufacturing synthetic fuels. And it will import the electric vehicles, too.
tens of millions of people stand to see their lives ruined because the bureaucrats at the ECB don't understand introductory economics -- Dean Baker
I come from the school of "where there's a will, there's a way." Rugged terrain or not.
"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." - Ana´s Nin
Has that old canard actually seen use outside the UK? On the continent I only hear TINA without even the pretence of there being a coherent story.
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