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East African Rift Valley Authority EARVA

July 19, 2020

I have a plan 🙂

floating solar power plants to save several cubic miles of water from evaporation

Note: GERD will also evaporate to much water so we need to shade the GERD lake 🙂

https://yellowdragonblog.com/2018/11/03/lake-nasser-solar-power-and-water-conservation-project/

 

https://interactive.aljazeera.com/aje/2020/saving-the-nile/index.html

 

The authority will not own any of the dams instead it owns the solar power plant and any water it saves from evaperation

3.3 Kilometers

 

 0.24 GW/km

From https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/energy/2015/05/21/fact-checking-elon-musks-blue-square-how-much-solar-to-power-the-us/

So our 4 Sudanese powerplants are 3.3 Kilometers each at so 3.3km2 X 4 =13.2km2

Yet from https://www.quora.com/How-much-energy-would-1-km2-of-solar-panels-produce

The answer is 1,164 GW hour per year for 13km2

 

 

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