I would be happy to provide some of the figures. And in truth most, if not all are available and displayed in my book. In any rate, let me do it in a few days.
However, let me say something about cost: in the unique context of the broader plan I propose in my book, cost is not a factor--only its underlying fundamentals, which is to say, the amounts of raw material and the labor hours involved.
And no, I am afraid the party cannot and should not continue. We need to change our consumption habits, even if I did assume the consumption of over 10,000 TWh annually for USA and southern Canada. However, all of these points are beyond the scope of my paper here and probably would be of no great interest in this forum.