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Author Topic: GOD BLESSED TEXAS?  (Read 1388 times)

Offline NdaClouDzzz

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« on: February 19, 2021, 05:29:34 AM »  "State legislators are now planning to investigate what led energy generation to drop off when Texans needed it most"

Hmm, I wonder 🤔 : ...the 1971 list indicates that patents for solar photovoltaic generators were subject to review and possible restriction if the photovoltaics were more than 20% efficient.  Energy conversion systems were likewise subject to review and possible restriction if they offered conversion efficiencies “in excess of 70-80%.”

Seems that Texas didn't get the memo about OverUnity .com ;D

Offline lancaIV

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« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2021, 03:11:40 PM »
The purchase prices for electricity have risen to up to $ 9,000 per megawatt hour (MWh), as RWE explained. For comparison: In Germany , a megawatt hour on the spot market currently costs a little less than 50 euros.

9 US$ the KWh electricity,a little bit expensive,is it not ?! ;D

                                                   To see all the world "relative"

An inventor,living in Texas :
                                                           Filing Date: 09/05/2000 with a little quantum patina ;)
Energy conversion efficiencies are directly related to the temperature gradient across the TAR. A theoretical (Carnot) efficiency of 92% (1200K−100K/1200K=0.9167), and realizable efficiencies of 58% (0.92*0.63=0.58) are possible within the nominal limits of current materials and architecture.