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The Death of Baseload - en krönika av Fredrik Bodecker

Blogginlägg   •   Apr 06, 2018 13:51 CEST

There is no natural law stating that power should be supplied, first of all, by inflexible baseload, and then topped up with flexible production to meet the variable demand. It is just the way it happened as historically we built relatively cheap, but inflexible, coal, gas and nuclear production. Technically that production had to be run as “always on” to minimise maintenance and other costs.

What if this is changing and we are seeing the early signs of the Death of Baseload?

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