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Are "we" as consumers prepared to pay for it? Probably not on the scale currently required.
this is the "smart grid": you can't get much more out of the assets, unless somebody repeals the laws of physics, so we end up selling non-firm capacity that occasionally has to be taken away
But haven't they already done that - spent £1bn on the Western HVDC link - the problem is that it's (allegedly) not working properly...
Not really fix the fault, but build the additional infrastructure
BTW, there have been some lovely sunsets over the Solent over the past three days with the IFA's construction platform supplying a lovely bit of foreground interest. 😄