Is Jordan turning to alternative energy to avoid crisis?
Surrounded by regional crises, Jordan's greatest challenge remains its chronic energy woes, with officials racing to develop local alternative resources to reign in skyrocketing electricity subsidies.
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Since: Mar 13
#1 May 26, 2013
What they really need to do is contact Flibe Energy about building them a fleet of Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors. LFTRs operate at a high enough temperature that Brayton Cycle turbines can be used. Why is that important? Because they can dump their waste heat to air, no cooling water required. But even better, they can dump their waste heat EFFECTIVELY to a distillation unit and PRODUCE fresh water. But are important to a desert country like Jordan.
Since: Mar 13
#2 May 26, 2013
That should have been "BOTH are important to a desert country like Jordan".
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