Killing Energy, Killing Jobs, Killing...

Killing Energy, Killing Jobs, Killing America

There are 1 comment on the Emerging Corruption story from Oct 30, 2011, titled Killing Energy, Killing Jobs, Killing America. In it, Emerging Corruption reports that:

America has been under attack since Barack Obama took the oath of office on January 20, 2009.

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Bernard Forand

Seattle, WA

#1 Oct 30, 2011
Article another Foxy propaganda garbage. Remember this one from their patriarch; http://youtu.be/O2KU02lsfH8
Failed leadership; we not look further than the NO, NO, NO leadership. Party first! Lets make 2012 their farewell party. Only energy republicans have in their sites is oily black coal as it has always has been.
As it is with all new infrastructures growth of companies there will be losers and winners. Research can help identify the more valued probabilities. Example back a year or two ago realized that China had cornered the solar panel industry. Both in production as well as to Silicone acquisition. This would suppress all solar panel markets in the USA. Couple that, with low support for a solid solar panel market for consumers and funding were less than China’s aggressive pursuits to funding of their solar panel industries; results in a depreciating value to USA solar panel distributions. Presently we are still laggards as China is expending $55 Billion on this issue as we are investing $34 Billion.
Now the way around it. Nano! GE produced a system of “Roll to Roll” process for ink injection. Nanosolar infused this process that can mass produce Solar Panels without silicone or vacuum processes. Efficiency of these panels are now at 17.5%. Production as rapidly as a newspaper printing press. GE is breaking ground for Solar Panel production Jan. 2012 for sales by Dec. 2012. Nanosolar is already in production. Between the two they can produce over 500 of MGW production per year of solar panels. Consider 2010 total solar production in the USA was 750 MGW. This but the beginning.
As for Nano. Field is expanding rapidly some you can bet on [Wall Street] Others such as Nanosolar Inc. you cannot as they will not go public as of yet. However, that said I placed a bet on Nano last year and presently, I’m 100% in the money gained. Still growing!
Recon version of electricity to mechanical, such as the Leaf which has 4 to 8 times greater efficiency recon version and distribution, to fossil fuel conversion to energy distribution systems. Consider lost energies, to logistics distributions power lines and conversions through capacitors for home use. We can obtain a greater efficiency with a more direct source of energy to distributions. Conversions can be further reduced by operating on a D.C. application. Storage capacitors; you vehicles, as well as the standard deep cycle battery systems.
Keep in mind, purchasing of solar panels or some other alternative green energy source is initially paid by what you are presently paying for your utilities and fuel for the vehicle or vehicles. That efficiency gain alone pays for the systems and healthy chuck left over for your vehicle payments. Keep in mind once loans paid it is your money to keep less upgrades and fuel cost. Presently on grid scenarios, you never will be paid off as it is with your fossil fuel limited source for energy to propel your vehicles.
A more efficient system of solar panel is on its way as well as the parabolic trough solar panels that are presently employed by various utility companies. Two more are presently, breaking ground, that will produce 500 MGW each providing electricity to over 55,000 homes. More on the drawing boards. Almost forgot they easily reach Temperatures of 2,000 degrees as the energy is stored in molten salt capacitors for even distributions betwixt night and day time.
With that in mind it becomes self evident on how and where to place your bets for the future. Fail to recognize that, then do not bet. Short time, perhaps some oily profits be had, as the new age of energy accelerates to its saturation point of investments. Oily are presently increasing in cost of acquisitions as supplies become increasingly difficult to acquire. Their peak has passed. Now place your bet. I’m betting my green on the Green.

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