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    Wealth? (Score: 1)
    by bodebliss on Sunday, May 30, 2004 @ 18:47:26 EDT
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    The sun's average output in the US is 970 watts/sq. meter. They round that to 1000 watts/sq. meter. The recent breakthroughs in solar cells have achieved an easy and supposedly cheap 40% efficiency with multi bandgap full spectrum and 2 electron for every photon advances in solar cell tech. At 40% efficiency, 20 sq. meters would produce 8,000 watts X 8 = 64,000 watts or 64 kwh/day, thats 23,360 KWHs/year. I don't know about you, but I only used 9,700 KWHs last year it says so right on my bill. 9,700 divide 365 = 26 KWH/day . I use whole house air conditioning and an attic fan in the summer as well as an electric dryer. 64 KWHs/day is more than double the 26KWHs I normally use so you can convert the excess electricity into hydrogen for you car or when home fuel cells are available convert it back into electricity at night w/ the excess going to fuel your auto or cook your food or both. 12vdc is equivolent to 120vac. You decide!

    I expect these advances to come to market in 3-5 years, by that time hydrogen use by consumers will be more prevalent. This will make it easier to convert your natgas to hydrogen and car as well.

    Bode Bliss

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    • Wealth? by bodebliss on Sunday, May 30, 2004 @ 18:58:40 EDT
    • Re: Wealth? by 1of7 on Monday, May 31, 2004 @ 11:21:12 EDT
      • Wealth? by bodebliss on Tuesday, June 01, 2004 @ 04:37:21 EDT
        • Wealth? by bodebliss on Tuesday, June 01, 2004 @ 05:14:44 EDT


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