24 Village Enterprises
Summary: steel, concrete, fuel, food, soil, water.
- 3D printing
- Seed Eco-Home Construction
- Aquaponic Greenhouse construction and operation
- Perennial polyculture food crops (integrated agroecology, aka farming, including Afforestation + Food Forest enterprise)
- Tractor and implement production
- Brick press (earth is the most common building material worldwide)
- Education (STEM camps, Extreme Manufacturing Workshops. New U)
- PV manufacture from sand
- Microcar production (microcars, electric bikes, velomobiles)
- Water works installation (ponds, purification)
- Hydrogen production and storage
- Solar concrete production from local rock
- Steel production from scrap using induction furnace and metal rolling
- CNC Torch table and production + heavy machines
- PV production starting from sand. Other semiconductors later.
- Hay baling
- Biomass and charcoal pellet production
- Piston engine production
- Electric motor production
- Power electronics production (chargers, induction furnace power supplies, welders, plasma cutters, etc)
- Windmill production
- Cordless and small power tools production
- Appliances production
- Bioplastic production
Comments - What other enterprises should be included?
Marcin's OSE Workshops Facebook post
I am starting 2019 thinking intently about the OSE Village Experiment on the Dunbar's number scale.
Transcending artificial scarcity in any civilization reboot experiment will mean attaining industrial productivity on a small scale.
Oops, I just said a portion of my TED Talk again.
Well happy new year - and please comment on what you think would be 24 most robust enteprises for a village econonomy.
In that village, people would work 2 hours per day to meet a modern standard of living,
with the rest of time intended for integrating oneself as a human.
Please go to the discussion page to comment. Thank-you.