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Grid operators and utilities may have technical and economical reasons to attack currently the most popular renevable because of impact of electricity production and market.

If adding wind has increased intermittencies in such amount that utilities don't like it they may prefer solar installations to limit high cost imports or reserve plant use. When solar power has depressed day peak prices so much that it starts to hurt baseload plants utilities may prefer some other kind of renevable energy production.

by Jute on Fri Jun 14th, 2013 at 04:07:18 AM EST
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