I know it's an investment, but wouldn't it be worth it? Standardizing this could also mean that some country can provide machines or components necessary to create electricity or could sell electricity without any hassle.
Your basing talking about shutting down the planet for a month
No, you don't have to shut everything down at the same time. This can be done progressively.
Ya you do try to run to different frequency is impossible as all the power plants and powerline need to be in perfect synicorisation or your just going to compete distroy everything
But you could choose to shut down only some sectors so you can maintain service for most people. It's really complicated though so it might not be worth it.
The electric grid isn't set up to do that though you need to realize most of the power is created a extremely far distance from were it's used and once a generation system is off line it can't be brought online again untell the intire Switch is done but take say a hospital sure it has a backup generator that can run everything but you can't upgrade all the plugs well the power is on and even when the power return your backup generator will need to be replaced not to mention the bureaucratic fuck ups
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D, G, J, L? Are these Alabama kids born in Chernobyl? :D
D looks like an upside down 😮G looks like an upside down yawning tired faceJ looks like an upside down surprised faceAnd L.. Well L might be the only strange one. It looks like a traffic light.
It's already regulated. It's just regulated nationally rather than globally.
Type K looks like a happy face!