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The One
30th November 2011, 09:52
If it were up to the sun, we would have no energy problem. Every half hour on the Earthís surface, there is more than enough light to provide energy needs for the whole world in a year. We donít have an energy problem, we have a conversion problem. If we are able to harvest sunlight in smart way, then we can prevent a global energy crisis.

That sounds nice but that does not mean it will succeed, at least that is what many different bodies want us to believe. Itís too expensive, takes too much space, too much material, it costs more energy than it brings, and it is still not efficient enough. While all these doubts play a role for solar energy in the distant future, it is still a marginal player in the global energy game. Back-light takes the edge off these myths and shows that a solar economy is much closer than we think. Next year, there are already rolling Giga Watts of solar cells on the conveyor belt. The industry has mastered the technology and the machines.

Radical German government measures have proved that it is possible. Villagers have completely installed solar power on empty lands. Power stations contribute to the network and where they are deserved. Many countries follow the German example: The Americans have their Grand Solar Plan and the French President Sarkozy is talking about a solar plan with the countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. According to the Spanish electricity producers, oil companies will be left out. So what energy crisis? The sun is coming

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jcocks
30th November 2011, 10:51
If they let us have the technology, we could fully harness the suns energy and we'd be set for the forseeable future...but they won't. The good solar tech is kept from us, and solar tech is little more than a pocket-lining scheme for those in power....

Solar power as it stands is a joke, but at least it's a better joke than many of the other jokes out there...

eric charles
30th November 2011, 15:23
If they let us have the technology, we could fully harness the suns energy and we'd be set for the forseeable future...but they won't. The good solar tech is kept from us, and solar tech is little more than a pocket-lining scheme for those in power....

Solar power as it stands is a joke, but at least it's a better joke than many of the other jokes out there...

No kidding its a joke , you can buy enough panels to fit your roof and backyard yet only have like 1500watts of power , the average panel has ability to make 60 watts , what a joke .

NASA has panels roughly the same size for SOHO , stereo A,B hubble that produce endless supply so to speak !

Maia Gabrial
30th November 2011, 16:12
If they let us have the technology, we could fully harness the suns energy and we'd be set for the forseeable future...but they won't. The good solar tech is kept from us, and solar tech is little more than a pocket-lining scheme for those in power....

Solar power as it stands is a joke, but at least it's a better joke than many of the other jokes out there...

They won't LET us have it.... Now THAT'S a joke!