Imagine all those thousands of cars parked for hours in a shopping mall with unused electricity stored in their batteries.
Each car could donate up to 50% of its battery level in exchange for free parking and help recover the parking lot’s usage of electricity. Or for huge parking facilities, cars could be attached to a power grid to power community needs and to offset carbon emissions while vehicles are not in use.
It only takes a few minutes to recharge the battery of a car while driving, then it’s ready again to donate the next time it parks.
We can use sand as input to rotate turbine blades — instead of wasting huge amount of water for generating electricity.
Chatham, Ontario, Canada
Have solar panels on the roof of the car collecting and storing energy to help when the car is plugged in to recharge. It would save some of the energy in recharging.
Dayton, Ohio, USA
Turn the highway into a electrical grid by building the road with design pressure plates layered in the road. The plates would absorb the energy created by the cars and trucks to create an electrical generation grid.
Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
When people clear land around here for houses and malls, etc. they stack the brush in piles and then burn it. Tons of CO2 go up into the air.
Instead, there should be a machine that can turn this land clearing waste into charcoal, which is a natural fertilizer and excellent carbon sequestration device. Or the debris could be chipped and used for landscaping purposes or compost.
I searched for the retail prices of the 12 most popular Brand of plastic ball pens in Australia.
The average price is $2.90. Australia uses and discards every year 50 million pens, at a cost of $145 million. All plastic pens should be green, with a replaceable ink filler. An ink filler cost wholesale $ 0.10, retail? $0.30? 50 million ink fillers at $0.30 cost $15 million, a savings of $130 million, every year.
Worldwide 12 billion plastic pens are used and discarded. Governments should promote the use of green pens.
I think some places should ask you if you want a receipt before they print one. Say you buy a coffee at a local coffee shop and the cashier hands you a receipt, what are you going to do with it? Throw it
away…right? It’s not like you’re going to return it and if you do it’s going to be right away so he/she should remember you.
Ff this idea could be could be introduced into restaurants, convenience stores, coffee shops or any place you don’t need a receipts from, just imagine the paper we could save. Also the money that the company would save since they have to buy less receipt paper.
I have an idea for creating steam power with magnifying glass heating water pipe to create steam to run generators. Has anyone done this yet?
Energy created via water pressure through a coupling from a main water line. It’s possible that hundreds of couplings with a mini turbine inside could generate enough energy to run a home directly to batteries.
The idea is for use in hybrid cars. Capture exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, and exhaust pipe/muffler waste heat to create steam to drive a pump or turbine to create more electricity to charge the batteries of the hybrid vehicle.
This system in combination with a hho (oxyhydrogen) generator supplying hho to the intake of the engine could greatly reduce fuel used by hybrid vehicles and charge the batteries even when the vehicle is turned off.