OPINION: Christian Kjær in Brussels

Huge HVDC grid connections are part of the answer to incorporating more renewables, but a European supergrid is only as good as the system that gets electricity that last few kilometres to the consumer

Huge HVDC grid connections are part of the answer to incorporating more renewables, but a European supergrid is only as good as the system that gets electricity that last few kilometres to the consumer

At noon on 11 May, nearly 75% of Germany’s electricity supply was supplied by renewables — 67% from PV and wind alone.

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