California Gasoline Crisis Shows Desirability of Hybrid, Electric Cars
The Big Oil lobby is always talking about how unreliable wind and solar energy are. They say the wind doesn't blow all the time, and the sun doesn't shine at night. But actually, there are ways, such as hydropumps, to store renewable energy for use later. And increasingly sophisticated computer programs are getting good at being able to feed more wind energy into the grid when that source is strong, and switching to other sources when there is a lull.