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EU Imposing Electricity Rationing To “Flatten The Curve” Of Demand

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Published on 03 Oct 2022 / In News and Politics

EU Imposing Electricity Rationing To “Flatten The Curve” Of Demand

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hard-drive
hard-drive 2 months ago

" In 2020 total electricity generated in nuclear power plants in Russia was 215.746 TWh"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_power_in_Russia

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hard-drive
hard-drive 2 months ago

"The report describes the value of imports and exports in Europe during the last six months of 2021. It found that France's total net exports amounted to 21.5TWh, with most of the power flowing to Italy (7.5TWh) and Great Britain (6TWh)"
"Germany Electricity Imports: France data was reported at 246,407.000 MWh in Jun 2022. This records a decrease from the previous number of 513,398.000 MWh for May 2022. Germany Electricity Imports: France data is updated monthly, averaging 1,154,752.000 MWh from Jan 1990 to Jun 2022"
https://www.enerdata.net/publications/daily-energy-news/edf-produced-361-twh-nuclear-electricity-france-2021-75.html

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hard-drive
hard-drive 2 months ago

indeed, england does not need power since there are candles
"During 2021, most of the UK's electricity imports came from France (52.7 per cent), with the remainder from Belgium (24.3 per cent), the Netherlands (15.1 per cent), Norway (4.8 per cent) and the Republic of Ireland (3.0 per cent)."

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hard-drive
hard-drive 2 months ago

go to iran for outsourcing google with sundai pichar-khamenei
https://www.electricrate.com/data-center/electricity-prices-by-country/

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hard-drive
hard-drive 2 months ago

"Across Great Britain, 60 per cent of electricity is estimated to be consumed by the non-domestic sector (compared with 92 per cent of meters in
the domestic sector and 8 per cent in the non-domestic sector). However, the split varies
across the regions of Great Britain, with domestic consumption accounting for 34 per cent of total electricity consumption in Greater London and 44 per cent in the South West and
Scotland."
"Average non-domestic consumption (kWh) Percentage of all meters
East Midlands 74,335 7%
East of England 69,808 8%
Greater London 65,725 10%
North East 80,541 6%
North West 82,346 7%
South East 64,919 8%
South West 53,292 9%
Yorkshire and The Humber 73,981 7%
West Midlands 68,747 7%
Scotland 67,053 7%
Wales 67,316 8%
England 68,703 8%
Great Britain 69,146 8%
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/267585/Sub-national_electricity_consumption_factsheet_2012.pdf

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