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deafpoetrywolf said: That's a good idea, but if we added realism to the equation; do you think the govt would release that type of technology? If it ended up costing a fortune to start up for say ten years, would it be able to sell to govt? Or would they hide it away and ignore the solution to a serious like they are with the green tech they already have?
Well we’d all like to believe the government would allow practical solutions to our energy problems, but we all know there’s a lot of special interests pulling and pushing our government around. Similar to solar and wind, there are some heavy hands trying to slow it down, but if something is popular enough with the People then it’s pretty much impossible to stop it completely. As for nuclear cars: doubt it. Hydrogen has already been pretty much overtaken by fully electric cars. I just hope we can quickly convert our power infrastructure to renewable sources and decommission our coal plants; probably our nuclear plants as well. Hydroelectric is alright, but we probably shouldn’t build any more dams.
Solar, Wind, Geothermal, Wave/Tidal: These are all great sources. They all have some kinks to work out, but definitely worth the investments.
— Scott Woods