We have supply links to other wind/sun systems. We can bring in power from them on the odd occasions where we have no sun and no wind. Of course we should have more supply links in the future. As I say there are potential storage options too. Enabling demand flexibility tariffs are another partial solution. Hydrogen power station conversions are another possibility. Gas should become less and less relevant. We do not need to stay with the status quo.Ah, it has a 5 megawatt connection to the grid..... so when its not sufficiently sunny and there's a high pressure sitting over the UK meaning wind is producing virtually nothing, the EVs will be charged up by gas fired power stations. He seemed quite dismissive of "fossil burners".....