Agragami technologies eliminate the tremendous costs of building stationary generation plants, pollution from fossil fuels or risk of radioactivity, costs of transmission and distribution networks, and then costs of fuel, grid and distribution losses and maintenance. In contrast to hydro, wind and solar technologies, Agragami technologies do not need much land for a manufacturing plant, and need only a very small space for its generators.
But what is most interesting and beneficial, is that each plant annually manufactures equipment capable of generating approximately 5,000 MW, adding each year another 5,000 MW to the previous year output. That equals to building each year one new 5,000 MW power station.
Consider the presently largest generating station in the world, China's hydroelectric Three Gorges Dam on Yangtze River, costing more than $50 Billion, displacing over 1.3 million people, flooding 632 square kilometers and causing significant ecological changes, including an increased risk of catastrophic landslides. All this is the cost of generating 22,500 MW electricity annually and nothing more.
Compare all this with Agragami method: ONE PLANT can do the same in 4.5 years of production (and keep on growing), from the area of about 50 acres (which includes 10 acres of recreation park with water remediation area, see Wadi Hanifah).
Costs? less than $850 Million. The only impacts are about 1,500 direct and about 10,000 indirect jobs. And, by the way, the same architectural firm of Moriyama and Teshima from Toronto, which designed the Wadi Hanifah, is designing the futuristic looking Agragami manufacturing plants and their environmental settings.
Triple Threat. The information shown in the documents cited below will additionally explain and confirm why the distributed power generation (the type we are proposing, that is not connected to the grid but serving only a single location), is the best energy generation method our civilization presently knows. As you can see, these documents (except one), are created by professional and scientific organizations, so you can not dismiss them as just a sensational information.