So google is so worried....i guess so, they're using so much power they had Iowa pass a special law to make sure their own ginormous leccy use there for a new data center didn't become public knowledge....ha ha....two faced to say the least. Who can say that California building code is better than anyone else's building code...maybe for earthquakes, but those suckers sure burn to a crisp quick....what about a little fire resistance?; what about not building on hills and having mudslides carry all the homes downhill....yeah, i forgot; some great building code they must have there....tards
geothermal at least has something going for it....it MIGHT be renewable (or at least not depleteable)...wind, sun, wave...all depend on those conditions being present all the time in a constant level of availability. (please, no nuclear-tard rants about running out of uranium).
people are not yet prepared to give up their lives and go back and live in caves. I have no buses near me in any way, shape, or form that would be able to get me to work in the 20 minutes it takes to drive there (and riding a bicycle is like an invitation to death). I'm not prepared to pay twice as much for the privilege of buying a battery powered car that gets "maybe" enough miles on it to get me to work and back home and then sit there and charge all day for the same thing again tomorrow...that's plain stupid. maybe my little corolla isn't the most efficient car on the market, but it's damn sight more convenient to me and the sprog and better half for getting around in when needed.
you want to put some of your money into oled and led lighting...go for it googlers...that at least shows some promise for cutting leccy use.