The Future of Electric Power in the United States – Part 1
- Apr 20, 2021 2:53 pm GMT
Occasionally, I come across an information source that is really, REALLY good, but (sort of) overwhelms me. I did so in Early March. The good news is that I have very wide editorial freedom with Energy Central, and can choose what I write about. Or more to the point, feel that I am qualified to write about. In this instance, the subjects I don’t feel I should write about are primarily issues that are difficult to quantify (like cultural, regulatory or societal issues) or difficult to predict (future financial and legal considerations).
The title source is referenced in each of the three parts of this paper. This is a monster document, but well worth reading. I completed this task (with much skimming) and will summarize about half of it in this paper and those that follow. I will also note the sections I am not covering. You can download this document and read both yourself.
Note that this review will require three posts and some of the posts are rather long. The three parts of this paper will be posted on the weeks of 4/19 and 4/26.
The following description came from the original “To Much Water!” posted about a month ago.
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