So here was the salvation equation.
400 million cost of JFCOM
.11 cents a Kilowatt need 36 million killowttats
Wind mills create 4,700,000 kWh
Need 9 Wind mills equates to around 42.3 million Killowatts
A City of 140,000 needs about 3.5 billion kilowatt-hours per year.
Which means it would not even place a dent in the market place for energy.
Cost per one unit wind Mill unit ~ $1.8 million installation around another million ~ 2 or so.
So approximately 18 million, then around 18 million for installation would have saved JFCOM from closure, and started paying for the loan and the base itself. Along with paying back what was borrowed from the government to pay for itself. See that is a smart investment. Invest to create money not deficit.
We then see that JFCOM could have staid open if they would have merely taken the coal miners placed them on rare earth mineral mines that we need for our production units. And then allowed the two windmills to create enough energy in that area. JFCOM would still be up and running. As they where our salvation in the three Iraqi Freedom wars to stop the Genocide of a Dictator that we helped which turned genocidal. So we dealt with him.
So Domestically we have about 580 billion worth of bases. Not that much. So lets do the math and see if I can figure out how many windmills we would need to place on bases to fund them.
So 580 billion divided by .11 equates to around 5.3 trillion kilowatts I think. I do not have my science calculator.
So that means we need around 5.3/.047 = 112 trillion windmills. Which means we need around 112 x .024= 2.7 trillion dollars worth of windmills in the US to completely pay for the all the bases expenditures in the USA.
I hate having my science calculator be out of batteries. These computer calculators are horrible for long equations.
I feel like an idiot. However, still though instead of taking away from the DOD we could invest in it via a secure investment that makes money for it so it would in the long run pay it off instead of kill it.
How many can we fit in a square mile. 70 turbines covering 1500 acres. How many acres in a mile. 640 acres in a square mile. That means approximately 35 windmills in a mile. That means if I need to place up 112 trillion windmills, never going to work.
So that means I need to break it up into portions. Some mills some solar panel's some.
Ok so if 9 windmills deals with a 400 million dollar base. Then each base would need to make enough space for at least 9 windmills. Which would be a cost of around 20 million per invested structure. So the mills then would be able to help place energy back to the grid to pay for themselves, the loans and around 400 million per base. So we could then take 400 million off of each bases balance sheet.
Then we could save a lot of jobs. And invest in a really ancient energy structure that we currently have.