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The nominations are in, and here are the nominees. Please only pick one, it's anonymous. The winner gets fuck all, it's just for fun, and frankly I can't afford any more Amazon vouchers. Only joking!
Remember: you are voting for your favourite title, not the person who started the thread, nor the content of the thread etc.
(I didn't add any threads that were already present on ToS as they are't DOSBODS originals)
Let's keep this exclusive, unlike real knighthoods that are handed out by the bucket-load every year to the most undeserved bunch of tosspots (i.e. Nick Clegg).
How should Sir DB's be dished out each year? Can Spunko be nominated, or is he the Queen giverouterer with the big sword? Should we hand out one, two, three... Who do we put up for nomination? How do I set up a poll? How much have I drank tonight? How will I crawl upstairs to bed without waking my wife? Can someone else take over this thread as I'm bladdered?
By Chewing Grass
Its very hard to find numbers on this but the last couple of pages of this 10 page report have the info needed.
Total generating capacity on a cold still evening excluding imports was 55GW.
Mild winters since 2011 means peak demand has dropped by 10-15%, however the numbers in the graph are not peak demand which was 52GW last year and 53GW the year before, both not cold winters by any stretch of the imagination.
Generating capacity available for this winter is as below.
Strip out renewables and 54GW is available at 100% plant capacity.
Add hydro and a short burst of storage and we get 58GW.
Remember they hide these figures by using average demand not peak figures.
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