Dear Mr. President,
According to the Green New Deal which is being promoted by Mr. President, it is impossible to produce daily electric power for individual housing in Japan. However, because of the vast amount of land in the United States, it is possible to construct a large dam. The Green New Deal is a promising policy with the possible ability to terminate the recession, but was Mr. President able to persuade the public to construct a dam?
My reason for asking so is because it is difficult to maintain stable electric power if there is no steady source of solar energy. Therefore, it is necessary to construct a solar energy plant in a desert such as the Death Valley region or any other desert in which there is always sunshine. It is then necessary to transfer the energy from the solar energy plant to the dam. Using the electricity produced by the solar energy system, water can be lifted from a lower dam to a higher dam, and the water from the dam system can be used to charge the electricity. Supplying stable electricity is very important for the United States. This system of high tension wires, the dams, and the huge solar energy plant will become the national industry, effectively solving the national energy problem in the United States.
If this is accomplished, wars such as the one under the Bush Administration where people were sacrificed due to oil will not occur. I believe it is imperative for the Green New Deal to succeed in order to dissolve the war.
Most respectfully yours,