Posted by Leonard Abbott on March 22, 2007, 1:39 am
Resource Energy is developing a system that will store solar heat in the
Summer and Fall, to be used in the winter to heat your home or business.
While storing solar heat as a by product you will b able to cook your
food, heat water, and air condition your home or business..
The system will also produce enough DC electricity, to power other
appliances such a your TV, VCR, and computer..
You may still want to remain hooked up to the power grid, for
The system will not only reduce the dependance on fossil fuel. it will
also reduce global warming, stored Solar heat will not warm the
atmosphere. stored heat will never come in contact with CO in the
Posted by Leonard Abbott on March 22, 2007, 12:11 pm
len=I am sure that will remain a company secret for the time being, or
the political left would shoot it down..
The left has no agenda to solving the problem of Global warming, the
philosophy has no real value except to bash Bush and the political
A real alterturnative for the use of fossil fuel, would be a disaster
for the political left..
Posted by Derek Broughton on March 22, 2007, 1:18 pm
Leonard Abbott wrote:
Precious. Why would politics enter into it? It's really quite simple to
show whether or not such a system would work using _science_. "The left"
couldn't shoot it down if the science was good. I'm having some trouble
imagining how a 100% efficient collection system pumping heat into a 100%
efficient storage system could provide enough energy to provide me space-
and water-heating through an entire winter AND provide enough excess to
cook my meals (yeah, the cooking all adds to the space-heating, but it
needs to be high-grade heat).
Posted by Eeyore on March 22, 2007, 1:47 pm
Derek Broughton wrote:
Quite. The answer is that it can't.
The very idea is barking mad but in today's climate I'm sure they can con some
investors out of their money which is most likely all it's about.
Posted by Epictitus on March 22, 2007, 3:15 pm
100 ton block of solid iron for thermal storage