4 posts • joined 9 Mar 2007
Hold on, since when was making throwaway junk eco-friendly!
What happens to the cadmium and gallium in the photovoltaic cell when it gets chucked? What about the energy used in manufacture?
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Sorry just trying out a few keywords.
Come and get me Jacqui, you kinky bitch.
Congratulations to My Society
I'll be visiting this as much as "They work for you no doubt" - it's great entertainment too. Under the FOI we now know that parliament protest actions that the police have had to administer include; "Protest at the rudeness of folk who work in carpet shops", "Hollyoaks is rubbish", "Deport home secretatries" and, (must be Mark Thomas's doing) "Protest about the police having to waste time processing SOCPA forms when they should be drinking tea instead"
Electric cars are a plus within a system of power microgeneration however.
A point supporting electric cars.
An idea recently discussed in the journal Nature proposed that electric hybrid cars form a part of a distributed energy generating system. In this system your car supplies energy back to the grid at time of peak evening demand; to power your kettle during the Coronation Street adverts, and later recharges at time of low demand. Considering that an estimated 20% of power generating capacity is there just to meet peak demand, this would have a significant benefit by reducing the need for additional power stations.
Of course this would only happen if the government encourages distributed and microgeneration technologies.
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