Ted had that idea over 20 years ago ...and was told it wasn't possible! **
I also had the idea of creating building material out of re-cycled plastic combined with the recovered asbestos that would render the captured asbestos fibers benign, while adding rigidity PLUS its Fire Retardant Properties to the material, rendering it environmentally safe.
WIN ~ WIN ~ WIN ~ WIN
Get rid of the Plastics Problem Render the Asbestos medically safe Save TREES by replacing need for Wood + CREATING TRAINING & JOBS In the Process
...again...25 years ago, I was told there was No NEED for such a product.
** back then.. most Solar Panels were still heavy glass & metal contraptions.
Wow! You too?! My 2 older brothers thought up this 30 years ago! Right after I suggested a wall of power, but nobody thought it was a good idea.
The first 2 weeks of solar production, we used only 24 kWh of electricity. We generated the other ~360 kWh. AND we had 5 rainy days during those 2 weeks. NOW, this isn't peak electricity need season which is summer (AC)... but we also have more sun in summer... so we'll see how it works out. If we can generate 80%, I'll be happy ! According to this it was 93% solar. but I'm sure it's seasonal.
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