Photovoltaic Money

12 Pages Posted: 10 Sep 2019

Date Written: September 2, 2019


A Global currency creation that is backed up by the electric energy potential within sunlight at every point on the surface of the earth averaged within each twenty four hour time frame-blocks as if all that energy potential stored. ( The Bank ) Each citizen of the earth could be issued a photovoltaic (pv) stockholder chip similar to a bank card account that is backed up by the worth of the collective photovoltaic electricity percentage that is actually being produced by the human species. The Photo-Voltaic Collective--pc clothing, pv hats, pv arrays, pv vehicles, pv shelters, pv rooftops, pv driveways, pv highways, pv solar farms, …etc. (The Currency) All global solar electric activity at any moment in space and time currently increasing over time constantly transferred onto a monitoring virtual network connected to the spherical solar grid surrounding the whole planet.

Electricity is a product that is very useful to most humans on the planet so by creating a medium of exchange that generates electricity seems practical. Several companies and universities are already producing many of the technologies needed to create such a medium, from printers to fabrics that are photovoltaic by nature. In our ever-increasing electronic world at some point in the future, it just may start to make logical sense to create a medium of exchange that creates electricity. People have been using coins and paper money for thousands of years, so maybe finally we have a technology to literally energize this whole process.

Keywords: Solar Electric Storage, Distribution Systems, Clustering Localized/Global Solar Grids, Solar Powered Farm Networking, Photovoltaic Highways, PV Transportation Vehicles, Global Solar Grid Networks Utilizing Crypto-Currency Blockchain Technologies, Photovoltaic Printers, Photovoltaic Coins, Planetary

JEL Classification: P11, P17, Q47, Q42, Q55, E27, E42

Suggested Citation

Mcbride, Timothy, Photovoltaic Money (September 2, 2019). Available at SSRN: or

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