Posted by Just Wondering on September 28, 2021, 8:36 pm
On 9/28/2021 12:57 AM, Dechucka wrote:
The fact remains, electric power from batteries is not totally solar.
A chemical reaction that is not totally solar.
Do you agree that wind power is solar power just as much as
is battery power?
Do you agree that a electricity from a human-powered generator
is just as much solar power as is battery power?
I acknowledge the science. So you think science is inane. Got it.
Posted by Dechucka on September 28, 2021, 8:43 pm
If aknowledge science you'll know all about the GHG properties of
certain molecules, I'm sure you've kept up with the science as it's been
known since the 1800s. You'll also understand that these molecules don't
change their properties from the lab to the atmosphere.
I'll do my bit while at the same time saving money and ensuring
reliability esp during bush-fires and other natural disasters
Posted by Just Wondering on September 28, 2021, 9:00 pm
On 9/28/2021 2:43 PM, Dechucka wrote:
What's under discussion is your mutually exclusive assertions that
"my house is totally solar" and "I have power at night".
Posted by Jim Wilkins on September 27, 2021, 10:11 pm
On 9/27/2021 2:15 PM, Dechucka wrote:
We all figure that either "my house is totally solar" or "I have
power at night" is a lie, because they can't both be true.
"Totally solar" is a "black box" model which means that solar is your only
source of electricity, it can include storage batteries to postpone the use
of that electricity.
Posted by Dechucka on September 27, 2021, 10:31 pm
On 28/09/2021 8:11 am, Jim Wilkins wrote:
Not sure solar power stored in a battery is a "black box" model. The
system I have can obviously be scaled up, Aus currently has 7000
megawatts of battery storage to put into the grid.