alternitive energy - Richard Bayliss (a.k.a Trey) Section 8...

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Richard Bayliss (a.k.a Trey) Section 8 Dr. Laduca LB 171 If I had $100,000 to Spare (lol) If I had $100,00 to spare and I had to invest it in an alternative energy I would spread it out between two types of energy. First, I would but $50,00 in to biomass because it appeared to have the greatest possibility for powering cars and other similar things. I would then in vest the other $50,000 into wind energy because unlike other energy sources it can be a hundred percent “green.” The reason I would pick two types of alternative energy is because they both have great possibility for the future, one short term and the other long term. The other reason is because it is simply a poor decision to invest in one thing and would the best it is best to “spread the weight out.” From the presentations I saw it appeared that biomass has great potential to eventually replace all of our energy needs. At the moment it can be used to power many cars (ethanol) and there are still advances being made in the field. From how I interpreted what was said about biomass it still seemed to have a lot
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2009 for the course LB 171L taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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