Report of the Secretary-General on the concept of intra
and intercontinental movement of electricity.
"In view of the pressing present and future needs
for minimizing pollution in the generation of electric power,
the search for less pollution energy resources such as hydro,
geothermal and tidal power has acquired a new meaning and
importance... Thus, an intercontinental high-voltage connection
between North and South America would link the large hydropower
potential of South America with the electricity demand of
North America. In addition, there are good reasons to believe
that excellent geothermal exists from California southwards
all the way through the South American Andes."
Notice: Electrical demand varies seasonally between North
and South Hemispheres, and varies daily east to west time
zones. Notice that South America is located entirely to
the east of North America, to maximize time zone effect.