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Mike Matessa

Sep 27, 2011
06:34

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It does make sense to take advantage of the natural abundance of solar energy. How do you think problems such as base load and storage can be addressed?

Jonas Haller

Sep 28, 2011
08:51

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During times of base load, there is plenty of sun as well. If it's raining for a view days or overcast. Thermal storage an solve the problem. This consists essentially in storing hot molten salt, which can then be converted into electricity at a later stage, when needed. These kind of technology are already industrially proven. =)

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Oct 11, 2011
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Thanks for your hard work! Your proposal contains interesting ideas on solar power. However, reviewers wanted to see more detail in how the proposal would be implemented.
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