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Future of energy: What Thailand can learn from Finland, Denmark

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Carbon-free Thailand? This is a loong way. Even rich countries in Europe have problems with that. But, with the correct mindset and more importantly, the education, it is achievable. But not within 10 years.

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Greed will be our end. 

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14 minutes ago, SpaceKadet said:

Seems they forgot to mention that 34% of Finland's power comes from the current 4 nuclear reactors, and with 4 more being build that will become over 60%. Also, currently, hydro accounts for 28%. So that's almost the whole country's requirement, and no need for those fugly wind generators.

 

But I always said that nuclear is carbon neutral.

Go green, go nuclear!

And of course the greens that managed to get into the cabinet are vehemently opposed to nuclear. They got sod all to do with actual preservation of nature but all to do with teenie girl emotions and faux activism.

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Thailand should learn they don't have the same favourable condition for windpower, as especially the Danes have perfected to exploit... 

sudden sporadic massive cyclone bursts are not the same as what (yearly average) happens in the (western) Baltic Sea...

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50 minutes ago, tifino said:

Thailand should learn they don't have the same favourable condition for windpower, as especially the Danes have perfected to exploit... 

sudden sporadic massive cyclone bursts are not the same as what (yearly average) happens in the (western) Baltic Sea...

A) you obviously have never been outside of your village, since f.e Phuket or Khao Lak quiet good wind all year round!

B) and of course "solar" is not an option, in a country with  approx. 400 days of sunshine a year!?

 

This is the problem with climate deniers and nay- sayers all over the world!

Maybe...just maybe...look what solutions are viable for each country and then try to go with that!

But no...Thailand is not like the Baltic, so they should burn stuff for all eternity!

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3 minutes ago, Saint Nick said:

A) you obviously have never been outside of your village, since f.e Phuket or Khao Lak quiet good wind all year round!

B) and of course "solar" is not an option, in a country with  approx. 400 days of sunshine a year!?

 

This is the problem with climate deniers and nay- sayers all over the world!

Maybe...just maybe...look what solutions are viable for each country and then try to go with that!

But no...Thailand is not like the Baltic, so they should burn stuff for all eternity!

Denmark/Finland would be more (significatly mostly) Wind than Solar, considering their far Latitudes... 

of course there will always be some choice seaside locations anywhere on Earth, that would be wind viable 

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