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Response to oldhippie (Reply #13)

Wed Oct 30, 2013, 06:33 PM

16. How does prescribing the depth of capacity assist the CPUC effort?

You are showing your true self yet again.

Tell us, how much energy "should" an EV battery store? Or how about a home, commercial or industrial storage system? Is there a specific number of watt/hours they should each be expected to deliver, and if so, how many hours are going to be optimal in order to reach the cost effectiveness goal that is a central feature of the policy?

I mean, if they already have the knowledge that allows them to prescribe the best size for each storage medium, then why are they even doing this?

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