[ExI] Climate models

BillK pharos at gmail.com
Sun Mar 30 18:20:59 UTC 2014

On Sun, Mar 30, 2014 at 6:34 PM, Keith Henson wrote:
> What we need is at least one really cheap and abundant source of
> energy.  It can't be carbon based because there isn't enough left that
> can be obtained at a low enough price.  Ground solar and wind will not
> do it because there is no apparent way to get the cost down low
> enough.

Ground solar is getting better and cheaper every year.
Panasonic has just announced they have designed and are testing a new
'Solar Power in a shed' device. No prices or general availability yet,
but priced low enough, it will find a big demand.

Dimensions (mm): 4780 (W) x 3452 (L) x 3486 (H)
                 (Feet): 15.6 (W) x 11.3 (L) x 11.4 (H)

Container: Container for marine transportation
(Container: (mm) 3029 (W) x 2438 (L) x 2591 (H))

Mass: Approx. 3000 kg
Maximum inverter output: 3 kW
Total storage capacity: 17.2 kWh
Solar modules: Monocrystalline hybrid solar module "HIT" x 12
Control board: Power Supply Control Unit
Storage batteries: 12V/60Ah deep cycle valve-regulated lead-acid battery x 24


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