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Solar intermittency research cloudy at best: CSIRO

THE CSIRO says the effects of intermittency from solar power on power grids can be managed but it has conceded a whole lot more needs to be done before it can say that for certain.

Solar intermittency research cloudy at best: CSIRO

Key criticisms of solar power have been that it can not be relied upon for baseload power generation as its output is highly variable, given that clouds can severely hamper output. There have also been...

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