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I am a retired Sr. Management professional from wind energy space. Devoted 42 years in Wind Turbine and special purpose machine manufacturing industry. Out of which 22 years in Wind Turbine...

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Wind energy is available at night and solar at day, coupling them together and supply to the grid can ensure near stable grid input round the clock, that is the main idea of the wind-solar hybrid system.

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Matt Chester on Jan 26, 2021

I think it's important to note that that near stability is more on an average basis, though, and can't necessarily be counted on for any specific given calendar day you choose. But therein comes the advantage of energy storage (whether battery, pumped hydro, or otherwise) and other complementary generation tools!

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