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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav 110 View Post
    Canít wait for my 110 to stop leaking oil
    Itíll run out eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    Itíll run out eventually.
    Motor may seize but chassis ainít gonna rustGrid can go 75% renewable
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    How renewable energy could power Britain's economic recovery

    How renewable energy could power Britain's economic recovery | Environment | The Guardian
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    In the third quarter of 2019, some 39% of UK electricity generation was from coal, oil and gas, including 38% from gas and less than 1% from coal and oil combined. Another 40% came from renewables, including 20% from wind, 12% from biomass and 6% from solar.Oct 14, 2019
    Have you seen Planet of the Humans?

    If you approve of 12% of biomass being included in renewable energy then I have a bridge to sell.

    So really the fossil energy or maybe correctly non wind or solar should be 39% +12% = 51%. Although perhaps that makes their blackouts more acceptable somehow.

    A long way from a green economy.

    And makes the claims that 75% of Australian energy can be green seem a bit fanciful.
    Regards PhilipA

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