Eddie Matsuoka

Two solar farms

The Japanese lunar orbiter KAGUYA (SELENE) showed there is sunlight 89% or the time at the north pole, and 86% at the south pole, equating to 324 and 314 days of sunlight a year, respectively. Put solar farms at these two locations. You could then use powerlines or microwaves to transfer energy to moon bases if you don't put bases at these two locations.
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Manuel Luque Casanave
Powerlines with superconductors for transporting energy will allow to reduce energy losses
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