Go, go, Grid?
Last week, the UK’s National Grid turned off wind farms in Scotland because the grid could not absorb the power being pumped through it.
That is the second time that this has had to happen in less than twelve months and, with turbines generating more than 3GW at any one point, it marks a milestone in the evolution of European wind.
However, it also serves as a wake up call for future Eu ...
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