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It’s clear that a powerful series of instruments is available to implement and maintain an economy of reconciliation: they are, substantially, some new technological applications.

Among these new technological applications they are found, as it's known, the so-called sources of energy which are renewable (solar photovoltaic, wind energy, hydroelectric, biomasses, bio-fuels etc). The ulterior innovation - extremely important - of these energetic items is the role they can play in a reconciliation economy, mostly if applied to the DC.

Here you have some notations worthy regarding the application and/or the implement of these technological lines, in the DC.

  1. The drastic reduction of consumption’s costs of the traditional energetic sources in favour of economic outputs spent on account of investment.
  2. The energetic alternatives sources often can be distributed at a cost tending to zero, in the sense they don’t need extended and expensive lines of distribution.
  3. Other topic is the social and economic control of the structures. These sources of energy can be divided within many different points, thus not giving origin to monopolies or oligopolies; they can be implemented nearly anywhere.
  4. The flexibility and modularity of the system. It can be employed in different amounts, normally without problems. It can be implemented with the addition of new elements. It can be designed in rows or nets of adaptable dimensions in nearly perfect shape to meet the requirements of the end users.
  5. The installation and the maintenance are relatively easy and not expensive. They need small quantity of consumption material and few working tools.
  6. The direct environmental impact is null or, in some cases, even positive. That is crucial in the DC where the demographic pressure and the nearly total absence of controls have degraded the relation man-environment either for the indiscriminate consumption of trees in order to make firewood or for the deforestation to get new cultivable lands.
  7. The certain and still existing presence of a market: as an example, the social and charitable structures of the Catholic Church in the DC are already active and traditional energy consumers. The same for public structures and some private bodies.
  8. The "domino" effect , that is the possibility to implement, once obtained energy at low cost, extra technological "benefits", which, as an example, are the VoIP, the E-learning and so on.
  9. The possibility to sell the surplus of produced energy or, in any case, to put it in a venture for new income generating activities or other business. This degree of freedom is a major condition for improving development.
  10. The absence of competitors. It can appear strange, but it seems that nobody taped this market so far, at least in a systematic and generalized way. Perhaps the marginality of the market, if considered in a single country, has neglected, until today, the potentialities that, on the contrary, are present.