Here. Converting TwH and Exajoule for dummiesWhy not, it is a measure of total energy output over a period. And like I said, no current nuclear plant comes close to 1EJ/Year, so it was natural to assume you meant a longer period.
Still waiting to see this 1EJ/Year nuclear plant. Can you even show me any 0.5EJ/Year nuclear plant?
I've already explained sustainably managed forestry.
It's meaning is abundantly clear. The claim easily verifiableNuclear went from 1EJ to 10 in 12 years. How many will Wind + Solar take to reach ONE?
What does that statement mean though? 1EJ in 12 years or 10EJ in 12 years? Or is 10EJ the amount produced by all nuclear plants in 1 year? You measure installed capacity in MW not Joules. If you'd use the correct terminology it wouldn't confuse people. I was talking about a single biomass plant putting out 20TWh in one year. And that's TWe not TWth assuming you know the difference.Here. Converting TwH and Exajoule for dummies
For the record a 1000MWe plant operating at 100% capacity will produce about 8.76TwHr.
This was my original quote
It's meaning is abundantly clear. The claim easily verifiable
OTOH you claimed that a single biomass plant can produce 72 Exajoules of power.
I am not going to wait on you to prove yourself as such a mind is clearly the product of anti-nuke greenie asylum. Only such minds can believe that sloshing off the world's trees and forests and burning them will reduce CO2 levels in the air. And continue to ignore the 7 million dead annually from this activity whilst obsessing over the few hundred deaths from a single freak accident in Soviet Ukraine and the zero deaths from the 2 other accident in the entire history of safe Nuclear operations comprising millions of reactor hours, whilst renewables (excluding biomass) already killed over a million people and kill several dozen annually.
PS : there should be a thread on the lines of 'Renewables are Rubbish' or something.