|Re: Coal, was From our Archives: History of Standard Oil and Bell|
|Tim Keating (NotForJunkEmail@directinternet11.com1)|
Sat, 11 Jun 2005 08:18:19 -0400
On Wed, 8 Jun 2005 06:41:51 UTC, firstname.lastname@example.org (Thor Lancelot Simon)|
>> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: I'd personally like to see more wide-
> For what it's worth, many estimates are that it takes more energy to
Your estimates are both inaccurate and obsolete..
The amount of energy consumed in glass production is a small fraction
Next, lookup your area's climate/solar radiation data.
I suggest starting out by changing two of the defaults:
From the map produced, one will see that most of the continental US,
As for payback ...
(Note: Payback calc uses ~4.6kWh/m^2/day as a reference).
Additional links ...
EPT drops with mass production.
> However, what that analysis does ignore is that you cannot get more
> So, if the energy to make the panels is generated in, at least, a not
In the future, please distribute more accurate information.
The world doesn't need more people adding to streams of dis-information
[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Well, ex----cuse me, won't you please?
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