Sustainable Technologies/Future Energy
Molten Metal Reactor Technology – Prospects in Sustainable Hydrogen Production
Globally, Hydrogen (H2) has been consumed for a variety of purposes, majorly as a feedstock or raw material and for the refining process. However, recently,
Li-ion battery systems are widely used in electrified vehicles. The imbalance of state-of-charge (SOC) between battery modules/cells will bring detrimental effects to the battery. The conventional balancing schemes equalize battery by discharging high SOC cells.
Our solar technology (a Distributed Generation) is gaining traction in the United States, and I believe it’s a worthy entry. We truly have a credible value proposition, and it’s an easy, efficient, and simple process to combine Solar FUSION™ during an LED Lighting upgrade. In fact,
The International Energy Agency states that current technology can provide only half of the CO2 reductions required by 2050. The major shortfall is energy, notably for the increasing global need for electrical power.
Steam turbines presently generate 89% of the world’s electricity, but they waste 2/3 of their fuel.
Magnetic Energy Automaton Mechanical Oscillator for Valence Electrons Harvesting (MEAMO-VEH) is the result of the search for a second (solar is the first) non-ionized, non-polluting (while producing power) and renewable power source that can be used portably or stationary on earth or in outer space.
CONCEPT FOR A WORLDWIDE ELECTRICAL GRID
It is time to start a worldwide electrical grid. A feasibility study needs to be started now. The technology exists to build a worldwide electrical grid now. The power would be transmitted with direct current to minimize losses from converting DC to AC.
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