Being poor is expensive

Because of lack of trust from the bank, a poor can not finance profitable improvements and has to spent excessively money for obsolete technology.

  Electric scooter with refueling station

He is the typical inhabitant of a development country. He drives 10.000 km a year with his scooter. 3 litre gasoline for 100km cost him 28.-EUR per month.

With a credit, he could buy an electric scooter, his own refueling station, a photovoltaic system, but no bank gives him a credit.

  The freedom package for 28.-EUR a month

  • Electric scooter with 3 kWh lithium batteries and 150 km range
  • Charger with vehicle to grid possibility
  • 600 Watt peak Photovoltaic - twice as much as necessary for 10,000 km a year
  • 3 kWh stationary battery
  • Deliver electric power to the grid with energy management
This calculation is based on 5000.-EUR financed with a 3% credit interest supported and quaranted by the organization for oil exit.

  Stable solar electric power grid for development countries

He has electric power, but very unreliably. Each day are planed power outages and unplaned outages. But this improves with each freedom. A virtual power plant formed by all the photovoltaic systems and batteries make the grid stable, increases the efficiency of fossile power plants, only full power, no unfavorable partial load, until the fossile plants are superfluous.

His brother lives on the country without public grid. The few already purchased freedom packs form there a local power grid for the village. When he returns in the evening with his electric scooter, all stationary batteries will together recharge his scooter.

Crude oil politics and the urgent exit from crude oil
How many times has the cycle oil price explosion recession to take place, until politics and economy realize, that a stable economy is only possible with renewable energy.

Context description:  crude oil exit
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