RE: [hreg] electricity from lightning
Actually the article says ½ cent per kwh. Sounds like total BS to me, how can you build a power plant that might only see lightning once or twice a year, harvest all of it, and sell it that cheap? Totally does not make sense, even if you’re in a lightning prone area.
I think the old adage applies” If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn’t”
Besides, they even misspelled the word lightning.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto: email@example.com ] On Behalf Of William
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 8:27 AM
Subject: [hreg] electricity from lightning
Even though this company is heavily vested in nuclear, so much so I
almost passed their site up for the quoted caption at the bottom of
their page. I find the technology quite interesting. Think of what
could be stored in Houston in the Spring and Summer months, Yikes!!
Quite Tesla-like, anyone have info. on this. At 5 cents per kilowatt it
trump anything else! Bill
http://findarticles .com/p/articles/ mi_pwwi/is_ 200610/ai_ n16767493
http://www.inhabita t.com/2007/ 10/15/power- your-home- with-lightening/