News Release 61
Energy Independence Plan
September 28, 2008
Energy Independence can be achieved by using:
America is addicted to 7.7 billion barrels of which 5.4 billion
barrels are imported. The annual cost of the imported oil is $700 billion
dollars. If United States didnít import the oil, America wouldn't have
$700 billion trade deficit, which is causing the financial crises.
is to build wind facilities in the corridor that stretches from the
Texas panhandle to North Dakota could produce 22% of the electricity
so that the natural gas, which is being used to
generate electricity. According to
than 7 million NGVs in use worldwide. The natural gas Honda Civic GX is
rated as the cleanest production vehicle in the world. The natural gas to
power could be use to operate
52 million vehicles
similar to one shown below.
Nuclear Power Plan
could build 120 nuclear power plants that could supply an
additional 30% of the United States electricity and supplying electricity
or hydrogen for motor vehicles. There are
104 commercial nuclear generating units in the United States. U.S. General Motors, Ford,
and BYD are working on electric
cars. BYD is working on electric-hybrid cars that it plans to sell in
China starting later this year, and in Europe by 2010. Electricity and
hydrogen will be use to power
to another 70
Complements of Exelon Corporation
BYD Auto's F0 model
Energy USA Plan
is to upgrade upgrading fossil power plants to Mirror Power plants
that are three times more efficient and use the additional power to
produce electricity and hydrogen for millions of motor
vehicles and industrial
applications. Mirror Energy is the most efficient source of energy
in the World and comes from the conversion of matter and mirror matter
into energy. Electricity or hydrogen could be use to power
In ten years, Unites States could have
192 million motor vehicles or ninety-six percent of them using natural gas, electricity, and hydrogen.
Over 2.3 billion
barrels of domestic oil will be used to make million of new
products that will be sold to Americans and abroad.
The $700 billion, which America spends on importing foreign oil,
finance the $3.6 trillion that would be needed or $1.2 trillion for each energy alternative.
The cost would be half the $7 trillion that America plans to spend on foreign oil over the next ten years.
With the large number of companies involved in achieving energy
independence, a competitive environment will be created that will
stimulate America's economy and create million of high tech jobs.