Switching to renewable energies – thought experiment (part 2 out of 3)

Switching to renewable energies – thought experiment (part 2 out of 3)

  • Posted by Gerhard Pramhas
  • On 12. September 2022
The use of renewable energies raises many questions. In the first part of this blog series, we already dealt with the topics of how self-sufficient private households can really live. This time, several considerations are in focus: Is it possible to generate renewable energy regardless of the weather? Which kWh can be generated in the […]
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Switching to renewable energies – thought experiment (part 1 out of 3)

Switching to renewable energies – thought experiment (part 1 out of 3)

  • Posted by Gerhard Pramhas
  • On 3. August 2022
In times like these, one topic is omnipresent: the switch to renewable or green energies. Many private individuals as well as entrepreneurs are committed to this idea. However, does it pay off? Here is a thought experiment. First of all, an example: one family house with 4 people: electricity consumption incl. two electric cars: 12,000 […]
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