The Continued Foibles of What is Sometimes Called (For Some Reason) Energy Policy

The combination of these problems also means we cannot, practically speaking, aggregate lots of very small flows of electricity into one big one. It’s not just total volume of energy production that matters, but the energy density available to high-volume consumers at a given place at and at a given time. This may sound like a dry technical point, but it has huge and nasty implications.
-Eric Raymond @ Armed and Dangerous (http://ping.fm/JSmgi)

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