Monday, January 27, 2014

Short-cut to Smart Economic Dev Strategy

In the midst of a January deep freeze, the stage is set for the launch of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. The new owner of Rossi's E-cat was just announced, and Randell Mills makes a pitch for his device on January 28th, perhaps followed the next day by Obama's address on the status of oil pipelines & rail cars vs the safety of LENR.
Elsewhere, in the Province of Ontario, Guelph Hydro announces its plan for a city-wide District Heating installation to service its industrial, commercial and residential customers. Its first hook-up is the Sleeman ice rink.
LondonOntario's commercial core has had private District Heating for over a decade. However, our forest city has as much hope of financing expansion of hot pipe arrays as it had for expensive environmental reviews of farm woodlots and its dream of a far-out ring expressway.
Arab oil sheiks can easily deliver on promises of new cities in the deserts serviced by district cooling. But, burying and insulating extensive hot water pipelines in close proximity to legacy infrastructure in Canadian cities is not so practical.
A cool solution to a hot problem is to continue to utilize cold water distribution lines -but in conjunction with newly deployed on-site energy devices. Within a few years firms, institutions and residential units will be able to install appropriately-sized heating/cooling/electricity LENR-type units at their property sites.
Re-visit a December 2013 post for a view of NRG's offering, ditto for BLP. Monitor availability of Defkalion, and Nirvana products.
The beauty of these new energy devices is their accessability by small towns, farmers and even by isolated inhabitants beyond the tree line who cannot wait for arctic warming.

Tell your Network friends that LENR (aka Cold Fusion) is much nearer than they hoped. Soon they will be saying good-bye to polluting fossil fuels, ugly wind turbines and dangerous nuclear plants. And, LondOnt, being a first-mover, is on the map.

Dateline Guelph, Ontario Oct. 14, 2014
The City of Guelph has engaged Copenhagen's Ramboll Corporation to consult in its city-wide Community Energy Initiative. It's a smart and effective economic development strategy also being advanced in Huston and Portland:


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