Good point - especially considering that exports do get a separate line item in the PDF reports.JeremyW wrote:Further, exports would not show up as load as stated above.
It does, but these large PV farms usually come online in much smaller phases as they are completed rather than one large chunk.freeewilly wrote:The largest Desert Sunlight solar farm (550 MW) went online a few weeks ago. Do they supply information to California ISO grid?
drees wrote:Looks like there's an extra GW of demand popping up - I wonder where it's going?
Hah! Well, at 1 MW maximum per typical Supercharger site and with Tesla having 20-25 or so Supercharger sites in California, it's not quite enough demand yet to make any significant dents in load, but it's still pretty significant!gbarry42 wrote:drees wrote:Looks like there's an extra GW of demand popping up - I wonder where it's going?
Looks like we easily exceeded 10 GW of renewables today, too.