How much renewable energy can our current grid system hold?



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    Our current grid system can hold as much energy as we can produce at this point.  It is difficult to store all types of energy which is why it needs to be constantly produced, but as long as the renewable energy plant is hooked up to the main grid, that energy will be available to the people who need it.  More renewable energy produced just means less energy that has to be produced by fossil fuels in order to meet the needs of the US population.  As long as there is energy being produced renewably, that energy can be used by the grid system.

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