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Maybe someday, but a significant improvement in energy storage will be required before people start cutting their grid connection.
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Local energy storage in battery units used to be the standard solution before reverse direction energy measurement and the underlying grid technology became available.
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Also I really don't believe even if it went somehow cheaper than nuclear and the energy storage issue would somehow be overcomed, that solar energy and wind turbines will replace every other alternative.
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I mean on a long enough timeline, in a distant future where solar module efficiency is higher than it is now and battery technology (As well as other forms of energy storage) is robust enough, Solar is really all we'll need.
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Given the large amount of public resistance (mostly due to unreasonable fear by the public I'll grant) and their enormous cost, we're probably better off looking for other solutions in the near-term such as improving energy storage techniques and improving our power transmission infrastructure.
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Combined with solar and better battery technology for energy storage
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We still have the problem of energy storage so the most important thing to work on, are battery efficiencies.
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There's other reasons it's not good energy storage too, how will you get the energy back?
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There are energy storage mechanisms besides chemical batteries.
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You outright saying it's more efficient and we should stack our basements with personal battery energy storage is hilarious.
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Combined with improvements and expansion in energy storage, which are more well understood if still problematic engineering problems to make work commercially than thorium reactors.
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Perhaps a compressed air energy storage system, enabling us to utilize any caverns we find/create as a result of mining operations.
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I always thought you needed enough carbs for bodybuilding, for lack of carbs in your diet my reduce muscle glycogen for energy storage.
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As someone who just get his own PV array turned on, I'm eager for energy storage too!
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So how do you build and maintain a gigantic, very costly, renewable energy infrastructure along with the currently-unsolved energy storage required for them?
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I'm pretty out of the IC2 game at this point but I thought they could be charged inside of other versions of IC2 energy storage.
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I thought part of the point of the top-tier portable "battery" was that it required the top-tier energy storage block to charge?
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Imagine if all that money and expertise had been invested in solar power plants, and in developing Battery Electric Vehicles, and in R&D for energy storage.
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Mainly in energy storage.
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Batteries only supply so much and a tank of gasoline has vastly more potential energy storage than any battery.
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I don't know, I just watched an interview he did with Kahn and he ,entitled that he wanted to work in electric energy storage, I think his masters was I.
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There might be a revolution in energy storage meanwhile (I hope so).
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Hopefully couple whatever energy storage systems are used for solar/wind to nuclear and just don't sell to the grid when the price drops to zero.
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Pretty much the only thing holding it back is batteries/energy storage
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If we develop a solar-to-hydrogen fuel economy we address the environmental climate change problem, the peak oil problem and the energy storage problem associated with wind/solar, and so we will have an inexhaustible, renewable, 24/7, 100% green energy supply.
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Hydrogen seems nice, but it is a much, MUCH worse energy storage agent than many alternatives we have around.
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Mother nature still has us beat on efficient energy storage.
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Looks like snacks, tastes like God and fill your energy storages quickly.
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After energy storage reaches an optimal level (optimal levels depending on energy required), the system could be turned on.
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Robert Heinlein created "Shipstone" mass energy storage batteries that were kept as a trade secret and "could never be reverse-engineered"- which is a rather unrealistic, arbitrary rule to lay out- and doesn't even mention the concept that the secret could be stolen.
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Heinlein was a bit inconsistent whether Shipstone was energy storage or generation.
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They say "Man, If we're going to do that more in the future, we're going to need more energy storage centers."
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Now you've given your muscles 3 things: materiel for building the newly requisitioned energy storage centers, energy to fill them, and energy to replace what you asked for in the last workout.
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So your muscles want more materiel to build more energy storage centers.
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The question is: "how long does it take to build new energy storage centers, fill them with energy and replenish the old ones?"
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Energy storage and retrieval is the problem.
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My guess is that all life will have some sort of energy storage, as adversity happens to everything, so to answer your question: probably not
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Also, those energy storages most likely will not end up in individual homes.
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Or if you want to play with only steampower as an additional challenge but still want to have some sort of energy storage.
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And even if you do not believe in solar, Tesla has batteries to cut their peak amperage demand every day on their factory today, just pulling electricity from the grid when its cheap to charge the energy storage batteries.
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Unfortunately phenomena scientists call "night time", "clouds" and "no wind" conspire to ensure that without large scale energy storage technology (usually involving filthy, very expensive batteries), these technologies can never supply more than 20% of grid power before the onset of grid instability.
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Wind, waste to energy and efficiency along with smarter grids and rapidly evolving energy storage systems can be online before another nuclear plant could even start construction.
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Solar, wind, geothermal, bio/waste fuels, efficiency, distributed energy and energy storage and other safe sustainable, local job producing technologies are actually rather simple and can be implemented by much smaller companies than the ones that have so much influence in Washington.
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Energy storage.
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Thus a question about batteries (something tells me you know quite a bit about them): where are the breakthroughs in quick-charge-and-super-dense energy storage solutions that everyone's been promising us?
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my 2nd hope is the giga factory really makes a difference in cost for storing energy and leads to more RnD into the field that maybe we greatly improve energy storage not only for cars but towns and cities as well as space travel.
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Cheap energy storage.
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Wind and solar just aren't there yet and we don't have the energy storage needed to fully harness even the energy we can get from current solar technology.
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If Australians want to really help with solar, get energy storage with your solar (From my understanding in Germany you cannot get solar to just feed into the grid) these systems are what is going to save you money, not the tiny feed in tariffs you get atm, and frankly in my opinion i would be charging people trying to feed power into the grid the same as retailers have to pay.
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