- Well argued — I hope the Economist may be onto something regarding various alternative hot fusion schemes to ITER.
- “The countries with the highest penetration of wind and solar per-capita tend to have the highest residential electricity prices despite falling per-kW installation prices.”
Why — we wonder?
In Australia it seems to be at least in part, because of gas being ringfenced for export and the disorderly decommissioning of coal power— driving up costs due to contrived scarcity.
The blame is then being put on renewables, which is not only incorrect, but also deliberate dissembling by the fossil lobby and their political proxies.
Or are we missing something here?