Solar And Wind Power Yield Cheapest Energy, Say Finnish Experts | Alaska Dispatch News

Fortum recently connected a 10-megawatt solar plant project in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh to the Indian power grid. The share of solar energy in particular will grow in the coming years. It is definitely one of Fortums top priorities in India. Projects totaling hundreds of megawatts of power are announced there all the time, as well as new solar power plants. Solar energy is reaching adulthood. Soon it will manage on its own, without support, says Fortums Technology Director Heli Antila. Solar energy stored in gas Virtually unlimited amounts of solar and wind energy are available, but the problem is non-uniform supply. For this reason, it is necessary that the energy be stored.
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