Monthly Archives: October 2020

GHCNV4 September Temperature is either 0.93C or 0.70C

My calculation uses  a 3D integration of GHCNV4 and HadSST3  temperature data.  If I use GHCN V4C (corrected data) I get 0.93C for September,  whereas if instead I use the uncorrected V4U I get 0.70C. In the first case 2020 … Continue reading

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Lockdown effect on UK electricity demand

Covid restriction measures began in the UK on March 16th, which were then followed by a full lockdown lasting from March 22nd until finally being eased on July 4th. People were asked to work from home “wherever possible”.  Shops, Pubs, … Continue reading

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2019/20 GB Peak Power Demand

Which energy sources currently meet Great Britain’s peak electricity demand?  Peak demand occurs at ~6pm on weekdays, and the mix of “fuels” as more Wind Power comes on-line is constantly changing. On average today Wind and Nuclear are currently providing … Continue reading

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