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The World could be achieved clean energy by manufacturing 10,000 Clean Power Plants that will generate electricity, make petrochemicals from coal, biomass, & oil, manufacture consumer & industrial products, desalt seawater for domestic drinking water and irrigating crops, and split water directly into hydrogen & oxygen for industrial applications.

The actual number will depend upon each country’s customs, climate, and economic needs. The power plants would be built by ten manufacturing facilities like the automotive and airline industries. The manufacturing facilities are located in countries with the largest energy demands. Each facility would produce one power plant per week or 100 per year. With ten manufacturing facilities, 500 power plants could be produced every per year.

The construction of the manufacturing facilities to assemble the power plants. The power plants would be located where the energy demand is the highest to reduce the cost of transmission lines. After twenty to thirty years, every country in the world would have sufficient energy to move into the 21st century. 

bullet Clean Power Plants would be 50% efficient and generate clean electricity cheaper than coal or about 3 cents per kilowatt. If process energy were used in people’s homes and businesses, the power plant’s efficiency could increase to 85%. Chemical companies could use process energy to make petroleum and consumer products.

A
1,200 Megawatt power plant, for example, would burn a metric
ton of thorium or uranium and would generate 10 Billion kilowatt-hours of electricity that is worth $1 billion at 10 cent per kilowatt. Power plant would reprocess the fuel onsite. The metric ton of waste would have 300-year lifetime compared to 10,000 to 100,000 years from nuclear power plants.

Clean Power Plants would be 50% efficient and generate clean electricity cheaper than coal or about 3 cents per kilowatt. If process energy were used in people’s homes and businesses, the power plant’s efficiency could increase to 85%. Chemical companies could use process energy to make petroleum and consumer products.

A
1,200 Megawatt power plant, for example, would burn a metric
ton of thorium or uranium and would generate 10 Billion kilowatt-hours of electricity that is worth $1 billion at 10 cent per kilowatt. Power plant would reprocess the fuel onsite. The metric ton of waste would have 300-year lifetime compared to 10,000 to 100,000 years from nuclear power plants.

Countries would use their enormous natural resources of thorium and uranium. Countries with spent fuel, depleted uranium, thorium, and plutonium left over from the cold war would be processed into fuel for the Thorium and Uranium power plants. There is enough thorium and uranium to supply the United States energy needs for over 10,000 years.


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Mirror Power Plants are three times more efficient than existing power plants. Matter and mirror matter are converted into Mirror Energy according to the mass times the speed of light squared. Using the same example, a 1,200 Megawatt power plant would use 200 grams of mirror fuel and would generate 10 billion kilowatt hours of electricity with an estimated value of $1 billion at 10 cent per kilowatt.

Existing f
ossil power plants could be upgraded. This would save both time and money by utilizing the existing infrastructure. After the power plants become operational, the existing builds, cooling towers, etc would be demolished. The excess property make available for homes, businesses, schools, and parks.

There is enough
mirror matter to supply the World's energy needs for billion of years.

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Hydroelectric, Solar, and Wind would also provide clean energy. Each country  needs to determine how to best utilize these alternative energy sources.

bulletIntelligent Grid would replace the Smart Grid because the demand for electrical power would be flat throughout the day and night. The Smart Grid implements the Cap and Trade System for carbon dioxide emissions tax that in the United States could triple electrical rates from 10 to 30 cents per kilowatt-hour.  

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Carbon dioxide emissions are reduced below the current level of 33 billion metric tons per year. Carbon dioxide emission could be cut in half to 15 billion metric tons if industrialized countries didn't use the Cap and Trade System of selling carbon dioxide credits to other countries. 

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Economics In the United States, a 1,200 Megawatt power plant would cost approximately $1 billion. The actual cost would vary by country. Countries could offer a proposed Tax Incentive would enable companies to depreciate the new power plants over five years and have a five-year payback. After five years, the cash flow could be taxed at 50% and  generate tax revenue.

U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Power is currently working with the Generation IV International Forum, an international collaboration on the next generation of nuclear power plants to meet the World’s future clean energy needs. The Office of Nuclear Power help with support from the  World Nuclear Association could enable countries construct manufacturing facilities and build 10,000 Thorium, Uranium or Mirror Energy Power Plants.

 

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