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Re: [APD] solar tanks - Barr
i read an article in National geographic recently that stated solar
power with todays technology would require panels on, I forget the
percentages but think it was 30%... Suffice it to say if we put solar
panels on most of the buildings in metropolitan areas, the energy
produced would equal that from our coal usage and that accounts for the
fact that solar does not always produce.
Now, solar is renewable, emits no GHGs and i belive the panels last
I also read recently that a new technology for solar panels is almost
ready. This new technology produces the same amount of energy in 10% of
the space and at a lower production cost. Plus, rumor has it a new
technology is on the way with sprayable photocells!
Course I could have read those articles wrong.
If we would start spending our money and resources on alternative enery
solutions rather than mucked up elections, wars, oil and all the other
crap we waste on the new technologies to end or drastically reduce our
dependancy on fossil fuels we would already have the technologies.
Just me 2 cents! I'll go back to lurking now.
and Bill D wrote:
> Most if not all of those so called "savings" come at the expense of the
> taxpayers or rate payers.
> Solar and windmill and geothermal and landfill and soybean power , etc. are
> not economical by any measurement, and even if they were, they would produce
> only a small amount of the energy that we need. It is nice to dream, but
> dreaming doesn't solve problems.
> The only solution to our growing energy problem is to bite the bullet and
> start to build the next generation of nuclear plants. The professional
> naysayers have managed to block nuclear power for too long. The time for us
> to start making up for lost time is now.
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