LTLFTcomposite wrote:Two questions:
Does a solar farm qualify as storing its fuel on site?
It's really hard (although not technically impossible) to "store" a photon. Solar farms' fuel is streamed in continuously.
LTLFTcomposite wrote:Is the oxidizer required for combustion of fossil fuels considered part of the "fuel"?
No, the oxidizer is not typically considered part of the fuel. But even if it were, it is more accurate to say that it is "stored on site" than for a solar farm.
In the end, both of these are scientific answers to scientific questions. IOW, they are moot since this administration does not want its policies to be affected in any way by actual science.