- the ‘stickiest’ form of energy: it stays in the continent where it is produced.
- multi-sourced. If one source suffers a shortage, we can produce electricity from another, including renewable sources.
As a result, it gives the greatest degree of energy resilience and the energy system is going to electrification.
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