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Posted By: windy lambI thought Hybrid vehicles were expensive to build, expensive to maintain and hugely wasteful in terms of natural resources (battery construction etc) - better to keep a Ford Fiesta going for 30 years.
Posted By: windy lambPS it's not a Ford Fiesta
Posted By: SeretCan't be that expensive to build, or they wouldn't be successful in the market against conventional powertains.
Posted By: windy lambSecret,I've still got my first car bought in 1981 (£300), when it was 21 years old! Me thinks a Prius or any other hybrid ain't going to be around that long. And I still get 45 miles to the gallon!PS it's not a Ford Fiesta.http:///forum114/extensions/Vanillacons/smilies/standard/cool.gif" alt="" title="" >
Posted By: windy lambbut I'm straying off subject.
Posted By: renewablejohn2.5MW for a population of 2500.
Posted By: SteamyTeaPosted By: renewablejohn2.5MW for a population of 2500.That is 24 kWh/day (assuming it is consistent). About half world energy use and about a 12th of the UKs. Could run my house it though, even in winter, just.
Posted By: SteamyTeaThat is 24 kWh/day (assuming it is consistent). About half world energy use and about a 12th of the UKs..
Posted By: SeretAre you talking about electricity, or total energy consumption?
Posted By: SteamyTeaMy total and electrical at home are one of the same.
Posted By: SteamyTeaElectrical generation is, at the moment, the only practical and affordable way to generate low emissions energy.
Posted By: JoinerIn my case, that's just electricity because that's what John was talking about. Unless he's found a turbine that will produce gas.http://220.127.116.11/bmi/www.greenbuildingforum.co.uk/forum114/extensions/Vanillacons/smilies/standard/wink.gif" alt="" title="" >
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