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Easy Energy

SkillsUSA 2012-2013 Project

Patrick Daly

on 14 November 2013

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Transcript of Easy Energy

The price of electricity generated by a plant like this would be extremely low compared to other types.

Once capital costs are recovered, prices can be lowered further
Inexpensive Electricity

Desalinates water efficiently

Inexpensive plant and changes to current plants

Allows the use of Sea Water

Provides jobs

Creates brine, a preservative, as a waste

Atlantic City Electric avg. cost
Estimated cost before capital recovery
Estimated cost after capital recovery
Sea water can be used for the input
The output can provide fresh, clean water to the surrounding regions
The brine left over can be recycled back into the system or sold
Can be used as a preservative within foods
The Water
The Idea
Use Geothermal Power Plants to separate saltwater into steam and brine (water with an extremely high salt content)

Steam condenses in a tank, and is then moved outward

Brine can be fed back into the system, or shipped out for external uses

It's meant for developing countries

The Benefits

Expansion on community

Provide inexpensive Electricity to any community
The Power
The current solutions for producing freshwater are all extremely inefficient:

Use too much electricity to be viable

Not sustainable

Too costly for developing or
undeveloped countries
Problems with current solutions
The Plan for the Plant
A Geothermal Freshwater Production Plant
The Problem
By Patrick Daly, Jaythan Alvarado, and Jerry Geese
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