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A contribution to the MARSHALL PLAN for GREECE
Translated by Google.
The question is HOW !
All agree that Greece not only saved, but also some reformed and must be invested to overcome the crisis through economic growth. There is no other way. The only question is HOW!
GREECE has unique natural RESOURCES !
, of which - about 2,900 are inhabited - due to lack of infrastructure, particularly water shortage. Representing 19% of the country! With the islands resulting 13,000 km of coastline
with many beaches, bays, and all year round Mediterranean climate with warm water!
This POTENTIAL is to USE IT !
1. SEAWEED FARMING PROJECT
BIOMASS without LAND AREA.
Algae for the production of fertilizers, feed and foodstuffs, cosmetics and medicines. Algae as an energy crop for biofuels such as ethanol, biogas and hydrogen.
2. AQUACULTURE PROJECT
FISH to the WORLD.
The global demand for food fish grows, the world's oceans are overfished, and the only alternative to maintaining our fish consumption is aquaculture (fish farming).
3. ISLAND ECONOMY PROJECT
Additional LAND AREA.
Building a self-sufficient and sustainable infrastructure for the economic use of brownfield sites on the corresponding islands and the coast for the cultivation and any further processing of wine, olives, fruit, vegetables and energy crops as well as for tourism.
1.1. ALGAE PRODUCTION
Ideal GROWING CONDITIONS.
Within closed systems of transparent plastic tubing algae strains with natural fertilizer and CO2 to be pumped. The tube system is on the water surface within protected coves. Prevail here because of the high solar radiation and relatively high water temperatures all year round ideal growing conditions. Algae grow ten times faster than corn and can be harvested all year round continuously - ideal for the production!
The VERSATILE RAW MATERIAL.
Algae biomass as versatile. In addition to the reforming of bio-ethanol and biomass gasification to synthesis gas or hydrogen, they also serve for the production of drugs, cosmetics, animal feed and foodstuffs. Which can be used as organic fertilizer among others in the production of biofuel byproducts. On the basis of different breeding lines, special features for each individual product variants identified and are properly adjusted. FINISHING site. Algae and other biomass - for example meadow from energy crops, crop residues and waste from fish processing - can be processed for the industry in small businesses along the coast to biofuels, fertilizers and intermediates.
1.2. BIOETHANOL FROM ALGAE
LIQUID FUEL for TODAY and TOMORROW.
Ethanol is a liquid fuel for many applications, particularly in the mobile sector (transport), better suited than hydrogen, as with ethanol, the existing infrastructure (tankers, pumps, etc.) be sure. This allows motor vehicles, combined heat and power generators are frequently used in Greece to operate environmentally friendly. This saves both the import of oil and improve the trade balance. In Brazil today are already driving more cars with ethanol than with gasoline. Where ethanol is mainly produced from wheat and sugar cane, which, however, due to the clearing of virgin forest is not unproblematic. FUEL COMBUSTION ENGINE replaced. Due to the higher efficiency of fuel cells up to 50% fuel and operating costs to be saved, which will eventually lead to a replacement of the combustion engine by the fuel cell. We are currently working intensively on the development of an ethanol fuel cell. The fuel cell produces electricity with virtually no loss and heat that can be used for heating buildings and mobile devices, and this - because in it there are no moving parts - virtually silent! So significant advantages over electricity generators and motors.
2.1. FISH FARMING
Many bays are also suitable for fish farming in aquaculture, which can be built and managed by local fishermen. The fish are processed in small processing plants along the coast, frozen, packaged and exported to the extent they are not consumed domestically. So that Greece may again become a significant producer and exporter of fish and fish products. Again, the existing infrastructure and the know-how is used, so that many jobs will be created and maintained.
3.1. ISLE MANAGEMENT
BREAKING GROUND for the ECONOMY.
Most of the uninhabited islands are uninhabited and unused because there is neither electricity nor water. This problem can be solved relatively easily with modern technology, rapidly and inexpensively. This requires a seawater desalination plant, pumps, hose lines to the distribution of water and a wind turbine or a photovoltaic system. Cubic meters of desalinated water costs less than 1 €. This allows the growing of wine grapes, olives, fruit, vegetables and energy plants economically organize. The first step is the irrigation and the planting of brownfield sites. Where appropriate and attractive, may arise on suitable islands processing establishments or residential or tourist developments. These will be divided into groups or clusters, the islands of comparable size and structure of each group and a few islands as select pilot projects on which will be new technology, plants and cultivation methods tested before they are used on the other islands. Also, this allows the economy to grow steadily and sustainably and ensure growing prosperity.
WELCOME on BOARD !
We are looking for ...
... vacant lots from 3 acres (30,000 m²) on the sea (or on islands adjacent to the coast), which are suitable for irrigation and the cultivation of vines, olives and sugar cane.
... suitable (protected), as uninhabited bays for fish and seaweed farming.
... Partners for project development and organization (institutions or consultants).
... Partners for local implementation: island owners, farmers, vintners, fishermen, contractors, craftsmen (for the construction of solar and irrigation systems), processing companies and investors. Please contact Achim Behrenwaldt and Andy J. Ehrnsberger.
Responsible for the Content and Copyright:
Achim Behrenwaldt; Ehmckstr.51; D-28355 Bremen
Andy J. Ehrnsberger; Walserstr. 7; D-81667 Munich