0.12 kw power unlimited sustainable power

Posted on July 16, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Steve Spence from  green-trust.org returned from Enviroweek. One of the most promising solutions was presented by West Indies Power (WIP), and centers on installing high voltage undersea power lines from nearby volcanic geothermal plants on Nevis and Saba. This electricity, provided to local power companies at $0.12 / kWh, is less expensive than the current $0.19 / kWh fuel component, which is expected to spike to astronomical levels, before becoming unavailable due to larger economies outbidding the islands to feed their burgeoning growth.


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