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Type: take-home paper/report Length: 1800-2200 words + references 1. A common critique of the feasibility of large-scale, 100% renewable electricity systems, based mainly on wind and solar, is that they lack base-load power stations. This viewpoint assumes that base-load power stations are essential in an electricity grid. Write an article replying to this critique and explaining how large-scale 100% renewable electricity systems can be reliable without base-load power stations and without vast amounts of storage. Referencing: A minimum of five key published references is expected, maximum 10 . Since the lecture notes for this course have not been published, you cannot cite them as one of your references. Please use the Harvard system of referencing . In short, Harvard system cites author’s
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  • Spring '16
  • Dr. samuel

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