lol carbon footprint of zero? those people are high. theyll find themselves in an energy feed loop.This shows the Carlsbad desalinization plant and there's more plants being built.
Another video said that they send the brine back to the ocean, since they only process 1/2 the ocean water volume that they intake.lol carbon footprint of zero? those people are high. theyll find themselves in an energy feed loop.
no matter which method is used, desalination requires a large anount of energy even today and costs 2x what normal water treatment costs to produce. AND we all know what they do with the waste water brine.
my point is, they wont be able to supply enough green energy to supply all of their ideas. they cant keep the power on as it is from their super restrictive policies. pumping brine water back into the ocean is fine for one plant, but what about a hundred plants or thousands of them around the world?Another video said that they send the brine back to the ocean, since they only process 1/2 the ocean water volume that they intake.
It's just an overview that shows how they're alleviating water shortages.
What else can they do?
As they create more green energy in the future the carbon footprint will be reduced.
interesting read. Thanks for sharing.Good article that discusses water shortages - and gluts - across California.
Water Shortages: Why Some Californians Are Running Out And Others Aren't
So maybe Californication should do the same.yeah but the Navy has a sustainable and reliable power source on their vessels. something that cali does not have.