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Space Based Solar Power being developed by many around the globe. The US needs to lead.

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Government Affairs Virtus Solis Technologies, Inc.

I am responsible for Government Affairs with Virtus Solis Technologies, a startup company focused on commercializing Space Based Solar Power.

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This article is a fairly comprehensive history and current description of the national initiatives around the world to develop wireless power transmission and affordable launch capabilities for Space Based Solar Power.  Unfortunately, the US is presently sitting on the sidelines.  The US should be leading for this new robust, baseload and climate friendly energy source. 

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Matt Chester on Sep 21, 2022

It's always fun when a new technology comes along that sounds more sci-fi than reality, but the experts behind it are experts for a reason!

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Jim Stack on Sep 23, 2022

If tgey can send powerwirelessly we should be able to remove land based transmission line and pole with the same wireless power . This was one of Nikola Tesla's many ideas.


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