I know primary efforts are focused on productizing all the OpenClimateFix efforts in the UK, but I’m curious if it’d be worth it to start parallel efforts in the US (or elsewhere), namely on the logistical front.
If I understand correctly, there’s a much better idea of how any OpenClimateFix work would get integrated into the grid in the UK relative to the US. I could see arguments for both sides, focusing efforts in one area (the UK) before trying to tackle other areas or trying to tackle both areas (UK, US, maybe others) in parallel. Has there already been a discussion about this?
I’m somewhat wondering because if it’s a resource problem, I’ve got some time and can start trying to look into / chasing down what would be required on the US front if that’s desirable.