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The falling cost of intermittency (caption to graph with Hydrogen myths and renewables realities article)

The cost of balancing wind power on the English electricity system up to a wind penetration of 25%.

The falling cost of intermittency: The cost of balancing wind power on the English electricity system rises steadily to just under $4/MWh until wind meets 10% of demand, but rises only slowly after that. Similar costs apply to other systems

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