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The Water Battery is a technology which bridges the gap between clean energy technology, and the fossil-fuel world. The Water Battery is an industrial-strength battery technology allowing variable clean energy sources like solar and wind to be stored safely, then tapped on-demand to power electrical loads 24/7. The Water Battery is the missing link for industrially storing and retrieving electrical energy first produced from variable clean energy sources such as solar, PV, and wind.
This audiobook explores the role of energy and empire through from the ancient Greeks through modern times. The Water Battery technology is described based on technology developed by Michael Faraday in 1839.
Explore the historical significance and the modern imperative of converting conventional heat-engines driven by coal and nuclear fission into clean, renewable, and sustainable solar Water Battery technology.
©2016 Christopher Kinkaid (P)2016 Christopher Kinkaid
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By Goronwy-Wyn on 05-08-17

Interesting and perhaps now an idea of its time.

I had a bit of a problem with the recording some words disappeared, I'm not sure why but it only marginally affected my enjoyment, more telling was my frustration at not catching every word the author had to say!

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