This caught my eye:

"Ronald Reagan moves into
the White House and immediately has the Carter PV panels ripped off its

Jimmie Carter installed 32 thermal panels that provided hot water for the
cafeteria, not electricity. Also, various accounts place the removal in
1986 before required roof repairs, after which they were not replaced. Half
of the actual panels are now at Maine's Unity College, the other half are
being donated to various institutions, such as The Smithsonian, The Carter
Library and, of all things, the Solar Science and Technology Museum in
Dezhou, China.

The first PV panels on the White House grounds were installed by the Park
Service while GW Bush was out of town. They are still there. (The reported
10KW utilizing 167 panels sounds off though.)

President Obama installed 6.3 KW of PV on the actual White House.

Here are some sources for part of this:

On Sun, May 28, 2017 at 8:58 AM, Lee Hart via EV <> wrote:

> Paul Dove via EV wrote:
>> Many researchers have been attempting this. MIT claims 100% increase in
>> capacity.
> It might help to put this in the perspective of research scientists. They
> look at some pair of reactants that look promising for a battery. They can
> calculate the voltage that would be produced. They can calculate how many
> electrons will be stored and released per atom. They know the atomic weight
> of the reactants, and so can figure out the theoretical watthour capacity
> and watts per kilogram.
> So they make a few laboratory tests, on a very small scale. Holy cow! It's
> twice as good as any existing battery! Call the patent attorneys!
> But... you haven't taken into account the current-carrying conductors to
> bring the power out. Or the separator, that has to keep the reactants apart
> (or your battery would be a short circuited). Or the packaging. All these
> add considerably to the size and weight.
> Then, how are you going to make it? And what will it cost? Things you can
> do in the laboratory by hand can be damnably difficult to scale up.
> These are the reasons why no real battery ever comes anywhere close to
> providing its theoretical yield.
> --
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> assume the horses are spheres rolling on a frictionless track..."
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