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Event ID:  52807
Contact Name:  Selva Ozelli
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Contact Phone:  19172882187
Organization:  Selva Ozelli Artist, Author
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Dates:  4th October 2022 to 10th October 2022
Physical Event:  No
Type:  Other
Start/End Type:  Both Starts and Ends During WSW
Country:  United States
Event Name:  Space and Sustainability Art Show by Selva Ozelli
Event Description:  Currently, six of the highest CO2 emitting countries China, the US, EU, India, Russia, and Japan in the world, are investing and developing Solar Power Satellite (SPS) systems to produce clean energy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year without the atmospheric, day/night light interference. And based on a new study from the Frazer-Nash Consultancy, on behalf of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the UK, which has left the EU, maybe. joining this list as a feasible solution to cutting the country’s carbon footprint. Related: Is Solar Power Adoption Hindered by an Inadequate Global Environmental Tax Policy? SPS is the collection of solar energy in space and its wireless transmission for use on Earth or other bodies. The growth of the global SPS market has been propelled by the implementation of strict government regulations concerning environmental pollution and a rise in investment in sustainable power generation. Currently, China is taking the lead in SPS by building the Bishan space solar energy station in the southwestern city of Chongqing. It is expected to begin tests by the end of the year to build on experiments in beaming energy over vast distances. According to a report published by Allied Market Research, the global space-based solar power market garnered $425.7 million in 2020 and is projected to reach $902.2 million by 2030. $100 million of this funding came from a single source, billionaire Donald Bren and his wife, to the California Institute of Technology to help make space-based solar photovoltaic power from orbit a reality. The laser transmitting solar satellite segment contributed to the largest market share in 2020, contributing to more than half of the total share, and is expected to maintain the lead throughout the forecast period. Dr. Paul Jaffe, an electronics engineer who has investigated SPS systems for the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), has summarized his recent space solar power beaming experiments in a report which concludes that power beaming offers a range of benefits for space applications to address a wide range of distances. But, “so far, there has not been a power beaming demonstration in orbit spanning > 1 meter with > 1% end-to-end efficiency. Therefore, creating a power beaming link that exceeds these modest thresholds is the logical next step in SPS technology. Because implementing SPS might result in a clean, constant, and globally distributable energy supply — unmatched by any earth-bound source.” he explained. “Anything we can do to wean away from coal and fossil fuels is a step in the right direction,” he added. Nevertheless, he cautions “For space solar to work, it will almost certainly need to offer some compelling advantage in a given application before it can compete on cost. There are several segments involved: launch, manufacture of the space and ground portions, and the industries associated with each. The logistics will be challenging.”
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