I was wondering whether it could be technically and economically sound to put renewable energy plants on rail wagons to deal with the intermittency of the sun and/or wind and/or... or to deal with obstruction issues (like one solar panel shading another when the sun is low on the horizon (PS2) or adjusting the distance between wind turbines depending on the wind speed so as not to put one in the wake zone of the other)? Another advantage could be that one can have production of these power units in one definite location and the logistical aspect thereafter becomes self-explanatory? Transforming the electricity of this mobile power source to a suitable large voltage could be a challenge however? To summarize: does such mobile renewable energy deserve a place in a nice solarpunk scenario?
PS1: I want to emphasize that my question is not about transportation powered by renewable energy, it is about using transportation to improve renewable energy.
PS2: I think that if one has a solar park with densely packed panels mounted on a solar tracking motor, in the mornings and evenings or when the sun is low it is best to rotate some of the panels towards the sun and completely shade the other panels in between. I think so because the general trend with these cells is that the efficiency rises with the intensity of the incoming radiation so that it is always better to rotate some panels to given them the best intensity at the expense of completely shading some of the other panels. I'm ignoring the partial shading problems in this reasoning for a moment.