for Sustainable Home Power
California is a state besieged with the threat of sudden devastating natural disaster. No, not earthquakes, we know how to build structures to limit that damage, the issue is wildfires. We live next to what is effectively the largest solar powered battery system in the world, constantly collecting and storing energy from the sun until it "shorts out" and releases all that power: The brush, trees, sage, and grass just to the east of most of our cities. We build our cities from the west coast shoreline back out to the east, and leave the undeveloped lands beyond that to grow wild.
But this problem is a potential advantage. We could harvest and burn that biomass and by some estimates, provide enough generated electrical power to run the cities along the coast from it.
There are a few key points:
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