In the electric industry, baseload refers to the minimum level demand over 24 hours. The baseload is generally about 30 – 40 % of the peak load. Traditionally the baseload has been served by low cost power generators, operating steadily and continuously. Coal fired power plants, nuclear, and (depending on geography) hydro have been the … Continue reading The New Baseload.
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