"Our goal is to generate electricity for 10 cents a watt anywhere in the world," Hyperion CEO John Deal told Britain's Observer newspaper in an article published Sunday. "They will cost approximately $25 million each. For a community with 10,000 households, that is a very affordable $2,500 per home." In fact, Hyperion claims its sealed, buried reactors, which would be 10-15 feet long and about 10 feet wide, could power 20,000 homes for 7 to 10 years. At that point they'd be dug up and hauled back to the plant for refueling. The portable, self-regulating nuclear reactor isn't a new one, and many companies and organizations have been trying to develop them.FOXNews.com - Portable Nuclear 'Hot Tubs' Could Power America - Science News | Science & Technology | Technology News
Oh, look world! The assholes have finally woken up!
2500$ per home/12 months*10 years
2500/120 = 20$ per month
Let it be 25$ including charging up the electric car.