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Very light, very cheap, thin lenses of acrylic material already created by me reaching 2000 degree for cheap electricity generation


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Summary


Desirability


How do you know that your solution is desirable to SMEs, and will reduce GHG emissions?


Feasibility


What actions do you propose?

Could be utilised for heat generation, smelting, oil extraction Steam generation.etc etc.


Who will take these actions?

All smes.


Where will these actions be taken?

Roof tops on Any office can be utilised for heating purposes. 


What are the proposal’s projected costs?

My lenses well not cost more than 100 USD a square meter. 4 sqmt  and above created temperature from 2000-3000 degree Celsius.


Scalability


Once the solution is built and implemented describe a path forward for it to scale to other users/companies.

Lenses can be mass produced easily and project is cheap affordable and scalable. Everybody will love to have it.


How will your solution lead to change on a larger scale over time (i.e. 3 to 5 years out)? How many businesses can potentially be affected by your solution?

I think all of them, as heating is the major price taker.


What business and funding model have you considered for your solution to become sustainable?

Will need support to answer this.


Impact


What impact will the proposed actions have on reducing greenhouse gas emissions?

Need partners to answer this.


What are other key benefits?

Reduction in GHG, more jobs, better sustainability, cheap products etc. Technology like Stirling, steg, pv, and some more can stand a better chance to serve electricity generation. Complete ly eliminating GHG emission.


About the Authors

Just me an civil engineer by profession an enthusiast and a inventor. Looking for right partners in steg, Stirling, csp, pv, and those who can think of other ways of utilising 3000 degree of heat which comes almost free of cost.


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