Okay, this is almost totally a repeat of an earlier post, titled "YOU!: Fix the US Energy Crisis." Rather than reading though all 1046 posts, I think I'll just start a new one and specify what I want you guys to post. Below is a table including an overview of all the main technologies groups like the NREL are looking at. I did leave out one of the most obvious solutions, which is conservation of energy (as I feel this is kind of goes without saying that there are ways we could cut the usage of energy in several areas.) So, here's the best data I could collect. If anyone has a legitimate dispute, send a link and I'll check it out. Most of them are from sources like wikipedia and government and international energy organizations, so I trust them. Also, for those of you who are going to try to point out that solar is $0.70 per Watt, I have to point out that is only the cost of the cells, not the panels, not the inverters, not the wiring. Once that's all factored in, it brings the cost quite a bit higher (typically). So, here's what I want from you guys. If you could choose to develop only one of these technologies, which one would you choose? That doesn't mean the others aren't necessarily worth pursuing, but what technology do you think is our best best for the future's energy needs. As an example, we can't stop drilling oil tomorrow, or our society would grind to a halt within a month or two. So, this doesn't mean give up on these technologies that are already in our infrastructure, but long term, what is the best we can do? I'd like to hear what you guys think. Please support your conclusions with data and information in the form of figures, tables, graphs, plots, numbers, and links to sources if available (I kind of gave mine, as I said, you can look them up yourselves and do a fact check if you need). I'll go ahead and post my idea first.