sources of power generation

Philippines
July 21, 2010 2:14am CST
If you will be asked of what kind of power generation you want the entire world will use, then what would it be?
3 responses
@veganbliss (3903)
• Adelaide, Australia
19 Nov 10
The best kind would have to be as cheap to build or buy as possible, a system I can easily maintain for next - to - nothing that is built from readily available parts, one that is very efficient, one that has a co-efficient of performance 1.0, one that I can quickly recover any investment in buying / building it, puts out more than enough power to power my whole house & one that comes with online support. It's time that each of us took full responsibility for our own energy supply & consumption. Decentralize & become self-sufficient. Fortunately, something fitting that description has been around & been built & tested by many people from all over the world for the last 4 years. Their results have been published online & they're available to help you build yours. You can join them in their Yahoo Group through the links on Tom Bearden's website below: www.cheniere.org
@o0jopak0o (6408)
• Philippines
22 Jul 10
well solar, i think we need to exploit this to be efficient too bad that this techonology is still slow in development because of the abundance of oil before. but i think it will change in a few years time. the one that limit solar technology is the one that generates the electricity and the battery to store it.
@msandip (41)
• India
21 Jul 10
Of course Solar energy. Solar energy is available in plenty and has no greenhouse effect. It is a known fact that the total solar energy received by earth in 1 hr is equal to the annual energy demand in the whole world. The following link has a nice article on how most of US can become energy self-reliant by tapping solar energy and other renewable resources. www.newrules.org/energy/publications/energy-selfreliant-states-second-and-expanded-edition Other countries may not have as much spare land as US to generate enough solar energy to meet the demand, but anyway a lot of energy demand can be met by solar energy alone.