Twitter | Search | |
David Morgan
Iron Matrix, 1MillionMinutes
239
Tweets
136
Following
127
Followers
Tweets
David Morgan Sep 11
A non combustible lithium iron battery technology that will deliver electricity for less than Au 19 cents per kWh. 2/3rds the cost from a utility company. We're at a the tipping point in history that's going to usher in a new era of energy production - right here, right now.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Sep 10
Replying to @Teslarati @elonmusk
We have the carport and the sun for it....
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Sep 6
When the vision and ideas of a few Founders becomes a reality.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Aug 30
It's alive! The first application for our Iron Matrix tower - this digital LED sign. 100% powered by the sun.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Aug 23
Replying to @dannyksfun
About 12kWh a day..... This one will run an LED screen for 20 hours a day.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Aug 23
The journey is complex but the goal is simple - access more energy and use less. Robot manufactured steel modules, hand installed without cranes, scaffolding or earth works. $30,000 worth or solar from a four square meter footprint over 25 years.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Aug 18
Replying to @elonmusk
How about making buildings from solar panels 5% for a board seat?
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Aug 6
Replying to @WiebeWkkr
Excellent photo.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jul 30
Replying to @elonmusk @DMC_Ryan
Using a standard solar panels we can do a million roofs a week.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jul 28
Mark 2019 as the beginning of the beginning. An era when being able to access low cost energy, anywhere on the planet is going to unlock massive potential, especially in remote areas and the developing world. This will be the most exciting year ever.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jul 17
Actual Vs. projected solar installation. Be sure that Iron Matrix is adding to the size of that gap going forward - our first major solar panel shipment is on the water.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 26
Even better than adding solar to roofs is making roofs from solar.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 25
How can anyone consider Australia to be a developed nation without a Charter of Human Rights?
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 25
9kWh per 100km they seem to be claiming. That's half of what a Tesla runs on.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 25
Replying to @WiebeWkkr
5.3kWh max daily charge. An additional 59km. That's 7-8 square meters of high quality solar pointing in the right direction on the summer solstice. That's a optimistic but reasonable number. Maybe they assume that it charges over 5 days to get that 300km which is also fair.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 24
Replying to @WiebeWkkr
The difference between 700km and 400km in winter.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 24
Replying to @WiebeWkkr
Where does the +300km come from? 30-40km would require 7kWh per day. I don't think it has the surface area. That's 10m^2 of perfectly aligned panels.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 24
Replying to @WiebeWkkr
An extra 40-60kWh (300km) from the amount of panels on that car is not possible. You'd have to tow one of these.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 13
Replying to @2170cell @elonmusk
Standard solar panels would be cheaper.
Reply Retweet Like
David Morgan Jun 13
Replying to @BoboTeLonka @elonmusk
Reply Retweet Like