Space Solar Power (SSP) – A Solution for Energy Independence and Climate Change

There is an interesting discussion going on at change.gov about using space solar power as a means of achieving energy independence in an environmentally friendly away.  There is also a one page PDF white paper that can be downloaded but it is the discussion that is going on that I find more interesting.  Given the many technological advances that have been made since the initial NASA and DOE study at the end of the 70’s,  the creation of a pilot system is long overdue.

Take some time and check out the discussion about space solar power at Space Solar Power (SSP) – A Solution for Energy Independence and Climate Change.

Ad Astra, Jim

About Jim Plaxco

Jim Plaxco is a digital artists (artsnova.com) and President of the Chicago Society for Space Studies (chicagospace.org). He serves on the Board of Advisors for Enterprise in Space and as the manager of the EIS Orbiter Design Contest.
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3 Responses to Space Solar Power (SSP) – A Solution for Energy Independence and Climate Change

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