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European method of generating cheap electricity

CHP, a cheap electricity, little greenhouse gases, and the by product of heat used for warming homes, etc.
CHP (combined heating and energy production)

The single best solution that is both used in parts of Europe (such ask Netherlands and Denmark) is through the use of small local electricity generation plants, which permits the use of the byproduct heat for heating.  In one example they use all he CO2 generated to supply a complex of green houses.   The combined heating and energy production (CHP) is a proven technology.  For a European film on this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klooRS-Jjyo&mode=related&search= AS Al Franken says the Republicans claim that big government doesn’t work, and then they prove it.  This film shows how in other parts of the world big government does work.  Enjoy the link.


From http://www.corporatecrimereporter.com/

Over 100 years ago, all of the cars in
America were electric cars.

In the 1930s, a criminal conspiracy by General Motors, the oil and tire companies – destroyed the nation’s electric trolley system.

Thomas Edison and Henry Ford collaborated to replace Ford’s internal combustion engine with lighter weight electric cars – but at the moment of truth, someone sabotaged
Edison’s batteries and torched his laboratory in Orange, New Jersey.

Edwin Black, author of a number of best selling books including IBM and the Holocaust, now claims that our addiction to oil is due in part to corporate crime and collusion.

In a new book, Internal Combustion: How Corporations and Governments Addicted the World to Oil and Derailed Alternatives (St. Martins Press, 2006), Black documents a little known history of how we ended up in our energy pickle.

Black is a committed anti-Nazi who has dedicated much of his work to exposing the hidden history of how
U.S. corporations – including IBM and General Motors – propped up the Nazi regime.

That’s why it comes as a surprise that one hero of Black’s new book is Henry Ford.

“Ford is a hero in this book,” Black said in a recent interview with Corporate Crime Reporter. “Not a hero that I necessarily like, because right after the time frame of this book, Ford became the biggest anti-Semite in the world.”


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