According to researchers, the transition to renewable energy makes it more important for power producers to get accurate information about the weather. Climate scientists are currently investing considerable effort and resources to help them get better long-term forecasts.
More renewable energy is highly needed if the world is to manage to cut carbon emissions enough to limit global warming to maximum 1.5°C. However, because the production of clean energy is highly weather-dependent, the expansion of renewables makes the power supply more vulnerable to changing weather conditions.
The more power is generated by wind, solar and hydropower plants, the lower are wholesale electricity prices, and when renewables production is low, power prices tend to increase.
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