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David Morgan Sep 16
I bare a bit of my startup soul this week on Grant McDowell's SparkClub Export Series Podcast. We chatted about why and how my wife and I justified leaving perfectly good oil & gas jobs to begin something many thought crazy.... a clean energy startup.
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David Morgan Sep 13
The power generators of the future will be land owners. Sun drenched country where energy is generated, stored and delivered cheaper than fossil fuels. This solar roof can power an EV over 1,250km (780mi) every week.
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David Morgan Sep 5
That's the first piece of double glazed, low-e, argon filled, tinted, tempered, stud installed glass for our latest project. You can't buy glass better than this but it's affordable because every sheet and frame on an Iron Matrix structure is the exact same size.
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David Morgan Sep 5
Replying to @HowIBuiltThis
I built a house out of solar panels.
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Damien Klassen Aug 18
I had another look at energy pricing and the investment implications... solar + battery prices are closing quickly on other fuels. Gas was a transition fuel 15 years ago, but it doesn't look like it any more.
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David Morgan Aug 20
Warren Buffet exits Occidental in another sign that value investors realise the lowest cost future energy isn't going to come from fossil fuels. Our bet - it will come from your roof and walls.
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David Morgan Aug 3
Here's an Australian developed throwdown to the solar roof - an Iron Matrix solar roof generates three times the power for one third the cost of a Tesla solar roof using standard solar panels and will seal, drain and survive in any environment.
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David Morgan Jul 27
The keener eye will note a cantilevered roof section on this Iron Matrix build. The larger the roof, the more energy it produces.
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David Morgan Jul 1
Tony Seba is a legendary futurist, who predicted the precipitous drop in solar energy generation cost. His new report 'Rethinking Humanity' cites You can read the whole report here;
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David Morgan Jun 22
Imagine waking up to this view every morning. Suspended off the ground, surrounded by nature in your fully off grid, Iron Matrix electric solar home. 7 working days in and all the foundation steel is assembled. No cranes, no earth, no heavy equipment.
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David Morgan Jun 13
Replying to @xternality
But EVs run on DC not AC.
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David Morgan Apr 24
There's a reason why our institution and subconscious reactions don't use language. That's data that needs to be processed in series. Once we become unconsciously skilled at something we're processing data in parallel. We'll need to do the same to solve the latency problem.
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David Morgan Apr 24
You need parallel processing of data. Like the difference between instincts and thinking.
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David Morgan Apr 22
Replying to @AndrewThomas101
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David Morgan Apr 21
If our universe came from nothing then the first thing that existed must have been very simple and all complexity originated from it. It suggests there exists a fundamental theory of physics and Stephen Wolfram might just have cracked it.
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David Morgan Apr 21
Replying to @DamienKlassen
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David Morgan Apr 20
Replying to @DamienKlassen
Ha ha. Seems to be where we're heading.
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David Morgan Apr 18
If you understand probabilistics and and confidence intervals, it's hard to ignore this. Out of 347 homeless people tested, 147 were positive for COVID-19. All were asymptomatic. What is it that homeless people do (or don't do) that leads to this?
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David Morgan Apr 17
A super strong and stiff modular steel structure, entirely clad in solar and manufactured locally by robots. It took 2 yrs of design and 3 yrs testing to get it to this point. creates structures with free electricity or, electricity with a free structure. You decide.
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David Morgan Apr 15
Replying to @DavidMorgan_
Interestingly, because solar and wind isn’t thermal power generation, rejected heat quantities are going down. Our energy service is going up and we’re also becoming more efficient. We want to access more energy and waste less.
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