Here in Florida, the lightning capital of the world, I've been getting thunderstorms on a daily basis. Could lightning serve as a reasonable part of a city's power supply, at least during the rainy season? Across an entire city, I'm sure that you could get many strikes per day in this area, if you make towers that are good at attracting lightning. Is lightning feasable. I know that lightning has lots of power, but naysayers say that it's just too shortlived to provide a feasable amount of energy. What do you say?