The title makes my subject obvious, but I would like to propose that the Paragon carries an innately large energy storage, as rapid bursts of energy usage beyond your current storage causes rather large issues with power stalling (largely in shields going down and radar/sonar functions, just to illustrate).
I would not presume to tell the Balancing team what the numbers here ought to look like, and would simply like to bring this minor issue to attention.
I feel that this is a useful quality of life change, and more importantly a very simple one. I do not believe anyone who has actually bothered to build a Paragon should be energy stalling under any circumstance simply by the nature of its purpose, though the advice "just build energy storages" is well received in its current state.
I hope you consider this simple proposal.
I understand your point, but I do not believe not building enough energy storage to account for a 1 second delay in energy production is a function of "setting up correctly" for a Paragon.
Having enough build power, defenses (shields / air cover), leveraging space to expand upon other t4s, et al could all fit in what you're saying, but energy storage is just an unintuitive and (to my knowledge) unlabeled piece of hidden information that has no real impact on "difficulty of use." Really, energy storage is just taking a couple engies and drawing a line, at its heart.
But in the end, this is my opinion and that is yours. I just want to propose the idea anyway.
I think it would be one thing to cap out the 10k mass / 1 million power, another thing to be power stalling while using 150k power.
It's just an idea that I don't think hurts anyone.