The Hydroloop™ System is a sustainable energy and water distribution solution that leverages geothermal energy to supply electricity and water constantly. It also aids in the transportation of goods and people. The system generates electricity and distributes water to Smart Farming operations, which cultivate a variety of produce and aquatic life, and for human consumption. The used water is then recycled and directed back to the geothermal power source to energize the Hydroloop™ System, thus completing the cycle and preparing it to start again. This project aligns with the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) making it The World Solution.
Laos has plenty of freshwater: From the Pacific Ocean Evaporation, the monsoon rains, the Gulf of Thailand, the Indian Oceans, (+all without strong wind), the huge groundwater, ... Enough to satisfy our needs, ...
► Lake Anouvong is located under the Mekong River basin, below the entire Laos stretching from southern China, part of Thailand & Vietnam, to Cambodia (subject to mapping). It is estimated to contain more than 500 cubic kilometres of top-quality pure drinking water. The lake is rechargeable from the bottom (1st water cycle) and from the top (2nd cycle), completely renewable capable of supplying billions of people for a long time. But how can Laos access this abundant resource and share it with its neighbors?
The answer is the Hydroloop™ System, powered by geothermal energy, is a revolutionary project that aims to supply water from Laos via pipelines that can also transport goods and people.
► The Hydroloop™ system, Water delivery and Power Generation without High-Voltage Transmission Lines for geothermal expansion
From under the Mekong basin and above, Laos can transfer and distribute its water, by gravity and kinetic push-pull force concept, accelerated by Geothermal, to as far as MENA and Africa at low pumping cost allowing electricity production at the destination without transmission lines to supply both electricity and water to the large-scale Geothermal plants across MENA and other desert regions. With enough water and energy, the region can focus on development, not on conflicts.
Smart-Grid by Nigh-Day Power Balancing Act
During the night, (for example Saudi Arabia), electricity can power pumps:
- to increase the speed and volume of water (with coldness/heat storage) from daytime regions for Global Food and Water Securities.
- to accelerate the Hydroloop™ speed of Clean Transport System (goods & people)
Daytime regions experience increased electricity production as the night-time region pumps raise water speed.
This is part of the LDCI GROUP Hydroloop™ System of Smart-Grid without transmission line.
Laos is the last resort for implementing the UNSDG and ending the escalating war. Without the above projects serious consideration may lead the world to WW3.
The Hydroloop™ System and Geothermal are the main drivers to improve the state of the world, hunger for clean energy, clean water, good sanitation, clean transport system, healthy lifestyle, more balanced society, and true space programs exploring and colonizing other planets.
Laos is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, rich in natural resources, water, minerals, and cultural diversity. It is also home to one of the world’s largest untapped sources of geothermal energy, a clean and renewable form of power that can be harnessed from the heat of the earth’s core. Geothermal energy has the potential to provide electricity, heating, cooling, and water for millions of people in Laos and beyond.
But how can Laos access this abundant resource and share it with its neighbours? The answer is the Hydroloop™ System, a revolutionary project that aims to supply water from Laos via a pipeline that can also transport goods and people, and it's powered by geothermal energy. The Hydroloop™ System is not just a pipeline, but a network of interconnected tubes that can carry water, air, and cargo at high speeds and low costs. The system uses geothermal energy to create pressure differences along the route, which propel the flow of water and other materials. The system also uses geothermal energy to recharge the water supply as pressure is released along the route. The exit points of the system can produce electricity by converting the kinetic energy of the water into electrical energy.
The Hydroloop™ System is designed to implement the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals [UNSDGs], which are a set of global objectives to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure peace and prosperity for all. By providing water, energy, transportation, and trade opportunities, the Hydroloop™ System can help Laos and its neighbouring countries achieve these goals and improve their quality of life. The Hydroloop™ System can also foster regional cooperation and integration, as well as cultural exchange and understanding.
The Hydroloop™ System is more than just a pipe dream. It is a vision for the future that can transform Laos and the world. It is a project that combines innovation, creativity, and sustainability. It is a project that can make a difference for generations to come.
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To adapt and implement the UNSDGs, and 6 WEF challenges accepting solutions:
The energy transition is a significant structural change in an energy system. Historically, these changes have been driven by the demand for and availability of different fuels. Energy transitions can also result from the depletion of limited and irresponsible energy sources, for example: whale oil for illumination, wood for iron smelting in Europe, palm oil for oil, rubber, and other trees for paper.
Lately, the transition to solar and wind has proven to be a mistake, and Elon Musk’s Hyperloop a failure, and dams for only producing electricity are catastrophes for the environment and create more inequality. LDCI GROUP, Contractors, and government obligation are to increase energy by geothermal and provide people with multi-generational wealthy lifestyle.
The longer droughts lead to longer and hotter fires, polluting air, which clear more forest, thus speeding up the process. Lack of water is speeding up climate change and the deforestation-drought-fire feedback loop. Forests have been razed to make space for agriculture and animal grazing, and to obtain wood for fuel, manufacturing, and construction.
More water availability for smart farming with large-scale hemp cultivation is to decrease deforestation by drought, extinguish forest fires, increase green spaces in cities and deserts, to lower heat island effects and pollution. Therefore, LDCI™ Group Commitment, our Contractors, Collaborators, and Government Obligation are to reduce particles in the air.
By promoting healthy lifestyles and healthy food and by identifying important health disparities, LDCI™ Group, our Contractors, Collaborators, and government obligations are to reduce health imbalance. Many disparities in health are rooted in inequities in the opportunities and resources, mostly freshwater needs to grow fresh and raw fruits, vegetables, and fish for a healthy diet. The determinants of health include living and working conditions, education, income, neighborhood characteristics, social inclusion, and medical care. An increase in opportunities to be healthier will benefit everyone but more focus should be placed on groups that have been excluded or marginalized in the past. Change and implement policies, laws, systems, environments, and practices to reduce inequities in the opportunities and resources needed to be as healthy as possible. Eliminate the unfair individual and institutional social conditions that give rise to the inequities.
Mobilisation is mobilisation on Climate Change to avoid an irreversible tipping point:
• LDCI™ Group, our Investors, Contractors, Collaborators, and Government Obligations Business White Papers are to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius even reversing it, and by targeting net-zero emissions by 2050.
• by physically exchanging natural heat with coldness, solving droughts with floods. These two alone will solve desertification and reverse Global warming, and allow the development of extreme hot SW Asia (Middle East) regions including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Qatar, and Desert-Belt corridors with the possibility to:
• Solve energy crisis, food crisis, and water stress.
• Solve climate change issues,
• Increase food production and land values,
• Restore biodiversity…
Public-private partnerships are the key to tackling climate change.
Adaptation to Climate change demands new products and services development like The Hydroloop™ System to tackle sea level rise, over consumption of ground water without replacement, stop and reverse desertification...
The Hydroloop™ System will generate a win-win for both public and private sectors such as the increase of well-paid multigenerational jobs, therefore, GDP and tax revenues increase, and trade balance surplus. It will allow Nations to decrease their debts, avoid pension funds shortfall, and even increase them.
In addition to solving the previous 5 points, LDCI™, Contractors, Collaborators, Investors, and Government obligations to build The Hydroloop™ System as the solution to the World's biggest Water Challenges.
To allow the possibility to efficiently distribute large volumes of freshwater 24/7 everywhere (UNSDGs 6), reducing devastating drought, desertification, flood, ground water depletion and fires that are significantly impacting the World financial system, human life... With the possibility to transport heavy loads from and to space at the fraction of the current cost making large-scale exploration of the in-finite resources a feasible possibility.