The math on how much stuff is needed for an intermittent energy future

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  • rust

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    Happy to share my analysis if anyone is curious, although you would need to be able to read rust code. I'd like to extend it some time to work out how much electrolysis/fuel-cell capacity you'd need to make it work with hydrogen storage.

  • wind-power

    Thanks, yeah I’d been meaning to create a post for it but want to do a bit more on it first. Yes the code is on GitHub.

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