SUNSAT Energy Council
1978 Washington DC USA
1978, Washington DC (USA). No longer active, prior to 2010.
Further the positive exploration of solar power satellites as a means of providing nondepletable energy source for the benefit of humanity; encourage cooperation in research and in evaluation and development of space solar power satellite technology among government agencies concerned with energy and among educational, scientific and industrial organizations or groups interested in such technology; increase public knowledge of solar power satellites as an energy option; identify and study problems associated with the development and use of solar power systems and suggest solutions to these problems to appropriate agencies and organizations; foster communication and interest among the public, environmental organizations, industry, labor, academic institutions, government agencies and all other relevant groups; promote international cooperation, education and communication in the development and regulation of space solar power systems.
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