2 comentarios en “(English) Monitoring Energy Demand, Moving Toward Energy Independence

  1. Ryan Sheinbein
    13 de October de 2013 at 19:44 hrs.

    To achieve a truly carbon neutral power generating environment would be an amazing accomplishment. Especially in a remote area of the world like Patagonia. Renewable power resources I believe actually add to the beauty of the landscape and I hope that these efforts can continue.

    As an MIT student educated in green building design and energy efficiency I am curious to know more about the current status of development in the park. Have you addressed your challenges of carbon neutrality, predictive energy use, and demand response? What are the new challenges that you face?

    I see one of the primary challenges may be sourcing and deploying technology in remote regions. Are there established transportation and supply routes?

    I also see tourism being one of the primary drivers or generating support. It is very difficult for people to care about an issue without having the chance to visit. Your online education resources are a great way to learn more about the park but I would I bet people would like to know more.

    I hope that you will post a new blog post soon.

  2. 03 de December de 2013 at 13:59 hrs.

    Thanks for publishing all the ideas at work in the park. I’m working on my own ideas for a park and the information you are providing is most helpful. I want to eliminate all overhead utility lines so the idea of a park producing its own power would simplify matters considerably.

    I hope I’ll be able to visit your park one day. It looks beautiful.

    Don Brown

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