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#Stanford researchers recommend changes to #USA #SolarPolicies, encourage collaboration with #China #SolarEnergy

Researchers from Stanford’s Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance encourage the United States to reconsider a wide variety of its solar energy policies in order to maximize the industry’s long-term benefits to the global climate and to the U.S. economy. Their research is scheduled to be unveiled Tuesday during an event at the Brookings Institution.

A key recommendation is that China, which is the major driver of the global solar industry, and the United States work more closely together with each country capitalizing on its particular strengths.

Illustration Photo: Solar Roof (Public Domain from

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Free transport and power
Water will diesel – hence oil mad panic about diesels. We take air and compressit to 10 atmospheres – as opposed to 8 for Fossil Fuels diesel. We then get Molecular Nuclear Fusion
1 H2O+P+TU->He+O+E2+L+X-ray
So we do not have any oxidation – so we loop the exhaust products back. Air with nhanve levels of He and O in. Such a miniscule trace.
We do form NO2 – but it degrades before we exhaust it.
2 (NO2+O)->N2+O3 ozone formation. But a car engine today forms cO2 and O3.
3 CmHn+pO2->mCO2+(n-r)H2O+r(He+O3+L+x-ray)
So we form CO2 and O3. But breaking waves also form O3 – as they do Molecular Nuclear Fusion
4 H2O+O2+TU->He+O3+E2
So regular water into free travel and power. By fitting a cone head into the cylinder of diesel engines. Then add water with diesel to your fuel, and in time stop the detergent – and run off water.
So0 diesel generators generate a lot of power around the world – and now can run off river water, rather than Fossil Fuels: no CO2 or NO2.

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This might be a safer, faster-charging, longer-lasting rechargeable battery for handheld mobile devices, electric cars and stationary energy storage.

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#RenewableEnergy in District Heating and Cooling #DHC A sector roadmap for REmap #SolarHeating #Geothermal #Biomass coal-conversion

Publisher: IRENA

This report examines renewable DHC potential up to 2030, based on three main technology pathways. The baseline “Reference Case” builds on current national energy plans in nine countries. The “REmap” case includes rapid scale-up within planned DHC capacity. The third pathway, “Structural Shift”, assumes expanded DHC capacity, with new networks fed entirely by renewables.
Supplementary case studies highlight real-world DHC projects using renewables. These include solar heating in Austria and Germany; Geothermal heat in Italy and Germany; Biomass coal-conversion and co-firing in Denmark, Germany, Lithuania and Sweden; standalone biomass in Germany, the UK and the US (Minnesota); solar cooling in Singapore, the United Arab Emirates and the US (Arizona); natural water cooling in Bahrain, France and Switzerland; and power-to-heat in China, Denmark and Germany.

Cover of the book "Renewable energy in district heating and cooling: A sector roadmap for REmap" (credit: IRENA)

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