How would you solve the energy problems?
I think ocean turbines and solar updraft towers would go a long way towards energy indepedence.
I believe the answer to our problems lies in a mixed use of power generation options. I would probably construct a multitude of thorium power plants to bear the base electric load. I would supplement this with a mixture of strategicly placed biomass, solar, wind, geothermal, and other renewable power plants.
They are being solved. It really depends on where you live how energy problems can and will be solved. Wind power coupled with modern technology can be a solution. If you live in a desert area obviously solar power is the way to go. Las Vegas is powered by the sun. It is a city built in a desert so that makes perfect sense. Ocean turbine technology is still in its infancy but there are great hopes for it.
It's called Drill - Baby - Drill and break the back of OPEC.
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