Im Obsessed By Solar

Posted on October 19, 2006. Filed under: Life |

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2 -3 of these should be enough to power a whole city  UPDATE: small village (price around 21.000$ unit) – and I LUUVE the idea. In Denmark we have had a some problems with Windmills – since nobody wants to live next to them and they are HUGE YGLY and NOISI . With the effect of the missing ozone layer we could take advantage here in Scandinavia.

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Agree – we need more alternative energy. And we need to step up and do som ething about the co2 waste – check http://www.breathingearth.net – scary stuff

I have no doubt that we will be successful in harnessing the sun’s energy. If sunbeams were weapons of war, we would have had solar energy centuries ago. ~Sir George Porte

The idea is great, and I love the way scientists came up with the idea of covering the moons surface with solar panels, there by powering the entire earth with electric energy. It’s maybe a litte far fetched, but none the less I really like that big way of thinking. Of course a much more powerful solarcell would be a more sane way to go – But it’s still a prette neat idea. 😉

2-3 of these could power a whole city? Wow – then I’d like to know the size of that city 😉

they “should” be, as in – “let’s hope they design it better, so we can pull it off?”

Not City – Im from they countryside – and forgot that city is not village 🙂

Just read Sunny Side Up from NYT – GM and other big COs are starting to use solar power via a model not requiring a big up-front investment – check http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/21/business/21solar.html?th&emc=th


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