posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 10:39 PM
I wonder if these new efficient cells and be applied to NanoSolar's
thin film printing techniques with only minor
modifications? They are based out of California and are already doing great business with much expansion planned and in the works. I been watching
them since 2009, and have gone to my local city council meetings just to talk about a possible city plan during the public speaking time. I doubt
anyone actually takes what I say seriously though, aside from a couple of my fellow citizens.
Is it unreasonable for a city government to want to have a simple 10 megwatt backup facility to provide power to essential services during a time of
emergency? Or if anything there could be a simple Federal plan that would set aside space near all hospitals in the country to be used by local
municipalities to subsidize, with federal help of course, the building backup micro solar power operations? Could be applied to all transport hubs and
other infrastructure facilities as well.
Thoughts and opinions on my "proposed legislation" ??