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Tesla has installed a truly huge amount of energy storage
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Unum
2018-06-09 00:37:59 UTC
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https://www.fastcompany.com/40580693/exclusive-tesla-has-installed-a-truly-huge-amount-of-energy-storage

Since 2015, it has installed a worldwide total of a gigawatt-hour of energy
storage–technology that is critical for using renewable energy at scale. For
comparison, that’s nearly half of the entire amount of energy storage
installed globally last year.

The cost of battery storage keeps falling; between 2010 and 2016, the price
across the industry fell 73%, from $1,000 a kilowatt-hour to $273 a
kilowatt-hour. By 2020, it may drop to $145 a kilowatt-hour, and by 2025, to
$69.5 a kilowatt-hour.

One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also known as GTM
Research), estimates that annual energy storage deployments will grow from 2.3
gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6 gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Chom Noamsky
2018-06-09 00:53:06 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also known as GTM
Research), estimates that annual energy storage deployments will grow from 2.3
gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6 gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!

Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
Unum
2018-06-09 01:16:23 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also known as GTM
Research), estimates that annual energy storage deployments will grow from 2.3
gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6 gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A price
drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference, right?
Nobody
2018-06-10 02:44:05 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
Unum
2018-06-10 04:04:12 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
R Kym Horsell
2018-06-10 05:19:17 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
Hillbillies is nebba afraid to say motor cars would never take over from
horses or any machine that moves heat from a cold area to a warmer area
is defying nachel law. It's one of ther union bylaws.

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Nobody
2018-06-11 02:07:20 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
ROTFLMAO You have even less. Sucks to be you
Chom Noamsky
2018-06-11 04:47:17 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
ROTFLMAO You have even less. Sucks to be you
These clowns simply can't grasp the scales involved.

You have to treat everything they post as wishful thinking mixed with
delusion.
Unum
2018-06-11 14:45:43 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
ROTFLMAO You have even less. Sucks to be you
These clowns simply can't grasp the scales involved.
You have to treat everything they post as wishful thinking mixed with delusion.
The denialist scum are all mouth and no facts. 10X growth in 4 years
would be about the equivalent of deploying ten nuke plants, except
way cheaper and quicker. And then there is the rapid price decrease.

https://electrek.co/2018/06/09/tesla-battery-energy-density-cost-breakthroughs/

Musk sees Tesla achieving that important price point of $100 per kWh for the
overall battery pack in less than two years.

Musk also added that he sees Tesla achieving a 30% improvement in volumetric
energy density within 2 to 3 years
JTEM is right
2018-06-11 16:46:46 UTC
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Tesla's Big Battery is designed & built
to price gouge the rate payers. They're
proud of this. They brag about it:

https://futurism.com/teslas-australian-battery-shows-can-make-huge-profits/

"Huge" profits!

"Alternatives" create a situation where
energy comes in peaks & shortages. The
Big Battery was invented to buy up energy
during the peaks, when it's cheap, and sell
it back at hideously high prices when the
energy is in short supply.

Elon Musk is literally out to hurt you.






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Unum
2018-06-11 18:15:45 UTC
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Tesla's Big Battery is designed & built
to price gouge the rate payers. They're
https://futurism.com/teslas-australian-battery-shows-can-make-huge-profits/
"Huge" profits!
"Alternatives" create a situation where
energy comes in peaks & shortages. The
Big Battery was invented to buy up energy
during the peaks, when it's cheap, and sell
it back at hideously high prices when the
energy is in short supply.
Actually, the battery operators are selling the electricity they
generate themselves at market prices. Fruitcake hates free enterprise?

"Based on the figures provided by Renew Economy, Neoen was able to sell
electricity at around $14,000 AUD per MWh on January 18 and 19, while barely
paying anything at all to generate electricity."
Chom Noamsky
2018-06-12 01:29:26 UTC
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Post by JTEM is right
Tesla's Big Battery is designed & built
to price gouge the rate payers. They're
https://futurism.com/teslas-australian-battery-shows-can-make-huge-profits/
"Huge" profits!
"Alternatives" create a situation where
energy comes in peaks & shortages. The
Big Battery was invented to buy up energy
during the peaks, when it's cheap, and sell
it back at hideously high prices when the
energy is in short supply.
Actually, the battery operators are selling the electricity they
generate themselves at market prices. Fruitcake hates free enterprise?
"Based on the figures provided by Renew Economy, Neoen was able to sell
electricity at around $14,000 AUD per MWh on January 18 and 19, while barely
paying anything at all to generate electricity."
I thought RE power was cheap in South Australia, but now you're bragging
that it costs $14,000 per MWh?
JTEM is right
2018-06-12 01:46:41 UTC
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Tesla's Big Battery is designed & built
to price gouge the rate payers. They're
https://futurism.com/teslas-australian-battery-shows-can-make-huge-profits/
"Huge" profits!
"Alternatives" create a situation where
energy comes in peaks & shortages. The
Big Battery was invented to buy up energy
during the peaks, when it's cheap, and sell
it back at hideously high prices when the
energy is in short supply.
Like I said, Tesla's "Big Battery" was designed
and built to ass rape the public. Elon Musk set
out to hurt everyone.




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Chom Noamsky
2018-06-11 17:20:47 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
ROTFLMAO You have even less. Sucks to be you
These clowns simply can't grasp the scales involved.
You have to treat everything they post as wishful thinking mixed with delusion.
The denialist scum are all mouth and no facts. 10X growth in 4 years
would be about the equivalent of deploying ten nuke plants, except
way cheaper and quicker. And then there is the rapid price decrease.
https://electrek.co/2018/06/09/tesla-battery-energy-density-cost-breakthroughs/
Musk sees Tesla achieving that important price point of $100 per kWh for the
overall battery pack in less than two years.
Musk also added that he sees Tesla achieving a 30% improvement in volumetric
energy density within 2 to 3 years
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2018-06-11 18:16:50 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
ROTFLMAO You have even less. Sucks to be you
These clowns simply can't grasp the scales involved.
You have to treat everything they post as wishful thinking mixed with delusion.
The denialist scum are all mouth and no facts. 10X growth in 4 years
would be about the equivalent of deploying ten nuke plants, except
way cheaper and quicker. And then there is the rapid price decrease.
https://electrek.co/2018/06/09/tesla-battery-energy-density-cost-breakthroughs/
Musk sees Tesla achieving that important price point of $100 per kWh for the
overall battery pack in less than two years.
Musk also added that he sees Tesla achieving a 30% improvement in volumetric
energy density within 2 to 3 years
https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/images/charts/energy_consumption_by_source_large.jpg
chumpsky immediately tries to conflate 'energy consumption' with 'electricity
consumption'. Why are no new nukes or coal plants planned for the US?
Chom Noamsky
2018-06-12 01:19:03 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables (also
known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy storage
deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in 2017 to 21.6
gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it. A
price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big difference,
right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
ROTFLMAO You have even less. Sucks to be you
These clowns simply can't grasp the scales involved.
You have to treat everything they post as wishful thinking mixed with delusion.
The denialist scum are all mouth and no facts. 10X growth in 4 years
would be about the equivalent of deploying ten nuke plants, except
way cheaper and quicker. And then there is the rapid price decrease.
https://electrek.co/2018/06/09/tesla-battery-energy-density-cost-breakthroughs/
Musk sees Tesla achieving that important price point of $100 per kWh for the
overall battery pack in less than two years.
Musk also added that he sees Tesla achieving a 30% improvement in volumetric
energy density within 2 to 3 years
https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/images/charts/energy_consumption_by_source_large.jpg
chumpsky immediately tries to conflate 'energy consumption' with
'electricity consumption'.
Why are little green goblins so skeert & terrified of the big energy
picture?

Of course, because the numbers for crappy wind and solar are utterly
underwhelming.

No matter how you shake it, 27% of fuck all still amounts to fuck all of
fuck all.
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2018-06-11 20:42:26 UTC
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One research firm, Wood Mackenzie Power and Renewables
(also known as GTM Research), estimates that annual energy
storage deployments will grow from 2.3 gigawatt-hours in
2017 to 21.6 gigawatt-hours in 2022 globally.
Hahaha... ohohoho!
Not even enough to run the United States for a minute.
10X growth in 4 years sure does seem like a lot, doesn't it.
A price drop of 50% in 2 years really does make a big
difference, right?
10X fuck all is still fuck all
All you've got is a big fat nasty yap.
ROTFLMAO You have even less. Sucks to be you
These clowns simply can't grasp the scales involved.
You have to treat everything they post as wishful thinking mixed with delusion.
The denialist scum are all mouth and no facts. 10X growth in 4
years would be about the equivalent of deploying ten nuke plants,
except way cheaper and quicker. And then there is the rapid price
decrease.
https://electrek.co/2018/06/09/tesla-battery-energy-density-cost-b
reakthroughs/
Musk sees Tesla achieving that important price point of $100 per kWh for the
overall battery pack in less than two years.
Musk also added that he sees Tesla achieving a 30% improvement in volumetric
energy density within 2 to 3 years
https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/images/charts/energy_consumptio
n_by_source_large.jpg
You are going to confuse Unum with that chart.

I doubt he can grasp that wind energy, for example, is only 21% of
11%
JTEM is right
2018-06-09 01:11:25 UTC
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What kind of demented animal is happy
about ruthlessly gouging families...
Post by Unum
Since 2015, it has installed a worldwide total of a gigawatt-hour of energy
storage–technology that is critical for using renewable energy at scale.
They're designed & built to hurt people. Tesla
and their customers have even bragged about how
much money they make exploiting working people
and families -- buying energy when it's at it's
cheapest, selling it back when it's at it's
highest.

https://futurism.com/teslas-australian-battery-shows-can-make-huge-profits/

Check that out! They "Earned" $800,000 in just
two days, mercilessly raping the customers!

AND THEY BRAG ABOUT IT!

They're proud of the pain they're inflicting on
people.

If middle eastern terrorists attacked these people,
we'd all be calling them heroes!






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