[External] Re: 10g residential CPE
mike at mtcc.com
Sun Dec 27 16:14:33 UTC 2020
On 12/27/20 2:26 AM, Mark Tinka wrote:
> On 12/26/20 23:57, Michael Thomas wrote:
>> Yeah, it burned somebody's house to a crisp here last year around
>> here. It certainly makes the case why leaving professionals in charge
>> of power issues is the better idea. although with pg&e it's a tough
>> call, my telco not so much.
> I considered a generator at some point, for home back up.
> In the end, and for various reasons, I settled on renewables.
> I'm just not sure where all that Li-Ion will go after 15 - 20 years of
> use, though...
> One European manufacturer (the one whose battery I bought) says that
> as of now, they can only recycle 20% of each battery they sell. To me,
> that sounds like just the metal case enclosure, and the plastic facia.
> Ah well, maybe disposal tech. for Li-Ion storage will have improved by
We have both, and are going to get a battery. But the battery would
probably only be good for about a day which is not enough, especially
with these planned shutoffs because they have to inspect their wire
plant in daylight. There has to be a better technical solution for this
beyond just burying the wires. A properly trained AI could probably
figure out what's naught and nice.
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