West Edmonton Mall, arial view

We’re presently at West Edmonton Mall, measuring sunlight intensity & angles over time. We’ve ben surveying the malls in Edmonton regarding our intent to offer  joint-venture to them regarding our Blackwinter energy system, and that means such glorious and fun things as measuring sunlight intensity and angles over time as the day progresses.

Yes, it’s every bit as unexciting as it sounds, but it has to be done so that if they say ‘Yes’ things can be done with as much energy-capture efficiency as possible, and it’ll save time getting things rolling. Windspeed measurements today, kinda pointless as it’s a mostly clear, sunny and calm/still day. At least it’s not -30C, and this is the last mall we have to survey.

Shopping malls, on average, can host a few hundred Megawatts of generating capacity to the Grid AFTER meeting their own power needs.
I don’t need to mention what kind of revenue this would earn, and it would be a 24/7/365 revenue stream coming in coupled to elimination of energy overhead costs…which is a Considerable amount of income.
Why shouldn’t malls be sources of Clean, sustainable, quiet and abundant energy?
It eliminates load on the grid, actually reverses load to be factual, and is a direct, genuine benefit to their communities and in the overall as those Mall-Megawatts displace the same Megawattage produced by combustion-based powerplants.

West Edmonton Mall…it’s staggering to think of how much generating capacity this mall can host. It’s one of the largest malls in north america, and our rough (VERY conservative) estimates say that this mall could become a Gigawatt-class energy supplier.

Think about that…a Gigawatt-class Solar & Wind generating facility, built into a mall…nearly Invisible, clean, quiet, no danger to birds, nor using virgin land.
Everyone wants the future of sustainable energy ‘Right Now’, and we’re doing what we can (Husband & I) to make it happen, to the benefit of us all, and future generations.

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