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  • Green Energy jumps to 20% in Germany and hit the cable network transfer maximum.

    http://www.welt.de/print/die_welt/wi...aeftig-zu.html

    Yes the grow in the green energy is very fast in Germany right now.

    also every grow in the future will lower the energy price because right now all energy sources are limited to a cheap price right now.

    Wind grow up to 7,6%
    Biomass 5,2%
    Solar power 3,2%

    Green energy also hit the maximum of the network transfer performance there are more Geen power plants than the cable network can transport.

    This means it will grow very fast if they build new power cables.

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    Thank you so much for your post.
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    • #3
      It is typical BS sugarcoating by Mr. Q. Nothing new here, move along...

      http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article32280.html

      http://www.spiegel.de/international/...805505,00.html

      http://www.businessinsider.com/the-d...energy-2011-12

      http://www.businessweek.com/news/201...dena-says.html

      http://www.thegwpf.org/international...gy-fiasco.html

      Need I go on? No? I thought so....

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      • #4
        hi

        i'm new here,nice to meet you~

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Panix View Post
          Need I go on? No? I thought so....
          No, because it's all off-topic, and none of it contradicts Q's post in any way.

          He posted a report by the department of energy, relayed by a very respected (right-wing, not liberal) publication, which shows that Germany is covering 20% of its electricity needs with green energy.

          You are linking sensationalist FUD from Market Oracle . com. WTF is market oracle . com?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
            No, because it's all off-topic, and none of it contradicts Q's post in any way.

            He posted a report by the department of energy, relayed by a very respected (right-wing, not liberal) publication, which shows that Germany is covering 20% of its electricity needs with green energy.

            You are linking sensationalist FUD from Market Oracle . com. WTF is market oracle . com?
            hey thank you for your clear words

            I'm bored about Panix he always try to throwing dirt on me like an ape.

            The tropic doesn't matter i can write about anything or nothing he will still blame me to be a stupid Liberal.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
              No, because it's all off-topic, and none of it contradicts Q's post in any way.

              He posted a report by the department of energy, relayed by a very respected (right-wing, not liberal) publication, which shows that Germany is covering 20% of its electricity needs with green energy.

              You are linking sensationalist FUD from Market Oracle . com. WTF is market oracle . com?
              Whatever.

              It was on topic and expressed the assertion about cost and how it's not all rosy how Q tries to imply. His propaganda simply doesn't wash.

              So, you are wrong again.

              I really don't care who carried out the report. Wait a minute, 'department of energy?' They won't be too subjective and biased, would they? No, OF COURSE NOT!

              It is pointless to debate with such brainwashed fools.... why try? Sigh.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
                hey thank you for your clear words

                I'm bored about Panix he always try to throwing dirt on me like an ape.

                The tropic doesn't matter i can write about anything or nothing he will still blame me to be a stupid Liberal.
                You should improve your English if you're going to insult me.

                I only call it as I see it. If it is easy to spot, I'll call it out.

                You think I'm against 'green energy' per se but I'm not. If it can be affordable/efficient and there's no agenda, I am all for it.

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                • #9
                  No, Panix, the 20% figure is a fact, and the department of energy is exactly the people who have and publish these facts.

                  You don't have to like it, but pretending that it isn't a fact will not make it go away.

                  It's not even a really impressive number, ffs (Portugal and Austria are both over 75% renewable), and I don't see why you have to post sensationalist blogs which do not even dispute the 20% figure. Sure, getting Germany to 100% renewable will be very, very difficult, but that doesn't change the fact that they reached the 20% goal so far.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
                    No, Panix, the 20% figure is a fact, and the department of energy is exactly the people who have and publish these facts.

                    You don't have to like it, but pretending that it isn't a fact will not make it go away.

                    It's not even a really impressive number, ffs (Portugal and Austria are both over 75% renewable), and I don't see why you have to post sensationalist blogs which do not even dispute the 20% figure. Sure, getting Germany to 100% renewable will be very, very difficult, but that doesn't change the fact that they reached the 20% goal so far.
                    hi and again thank you for your writing

                    but in this point: "(Portugal and Austria are both over 75% renewable)" you mix up the claim that this high % can beat the real Terra-watt-hours in Germany but this is wrong.

                    The 20% in Germany is much more than the 75% in Portugal because in reality you have to calculate in Terra-Watt-hours and not in %.

                    its much more complex to get a higher percent number in Germany than in Portugal.

                    for example the primary energy consumption:

                    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prim%C3...rbrauch#Europa

                    Deutschland 5.549Watt/heat *81 768 000=453730632000
                    Portugal 3.080Watt/heat *10.642.841=32779950280

                    Germany is a 13,8 bigger market.

                    in fact! Portugal 75% is a joke compared to Germanys 20%

                    electric energy consuming Portugal : 4.822 kWh per heat per year *10.642.841=51319779302

                    electric energy consuming germany: 7.149 kWh per heat per year * 81 768 000=584559432000

                    germanys electric energie market is 11,39 bigger.

                    1% in germany is 11% in Portugal.

                    the 75% in Portugal is only 6,81% in Germany.

                    in Fact Germany do have much more green energy 3 times more !

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                    • #11
                      Wind energy hits 30% Peak and solar energy hits 20% Peak.

                      http://www.heise.de/tp/blogs/2/151156

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                      • #12
                        Portugal's population is 8x smaller than Germany, though, so the production is actually similar.

                        At the same time, Portugal does not pollute the environment as much with huge coal plants, and does not run any nuclear reactors. So Portugal has largely solved their energy problems, while Germany still has a long way to go.

                        The major problem for Germany (and France, England, US, and the large developing nations like India, Brazil and China) is the amount of energy consumed by large industries. This is the most important factor, since covering the electricity needs of an average home is pretty easy nowadays -- it's the huge factories which are difficult to run on renewables, at least at this moment.

                        Still, countries like Austria, Portugal, but also Sweden and Denmark, show that going renewable is a good direction. There are still huge obstacles to be overcome and the solutions will have to involve more responsible approach to energy.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
                          Portugal's population is 8x smaller than Germany, though, so the production is actually similar.
                          At the same time, Portugal does not pollute the environment as much with huge coal plants, and does not run any nuclear reactors. So Portugal has largely solved their energy problems, while Germany still has a long way to go.
                          The major problem for Germany (and France, England, US, and the large developing nations like India, Brazil and China) is the amount of energy consumed by large industries. This is the most important factor, since covering the electricity needs of an average home is pretty easy nowadays -- it's the huge factories which are difficult to run on renewables, at least at this moment.
                          Still, countries like Austria, Portugal, but also Sweden and Denmark, show that going renewable is a good direction. There are still huge obstacles to be overcome and the solutions will have to involve more responsible approach to energy.
                          sure . yes Germany need much more.

                          the renewable power plants already hit the cable transfer maximum this means we do not need more power plants right now. Germany need more cables and storage power plants.

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                          • #14
                            Deutschland über alles!

                            Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post

                            The 20% in Germany is much more than the 75% in Portugal

                            in fact! Portugal 75% is a joke compared to Germanys 20%
                            Deutschland, Deutschland über alles!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by AnonymousCoward View Post
                              Deutschland, Deutschland über alles!

                              hey this video is censored in Germany. i can not watch it.

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