Electricity DATA Distribution Fastest Right Time Right Place in household.
Data Security to conserve energy, preserve the equilibrium of the flow of data in existing urban communities.
Today's renewable energy consists of wind, solar, hydrogen power and the use of other renewable, sustainable sources of energy; data security and distribution of the right data at the right time, is to efficiently distributed and maintain the optimum flow of energy from generators to consumers, and to storage "banks". The optimum equilibrium can be achieved if the environment flow of energy is also accounted, since living organisms and inert minerals (gas, liquid or solid) can also use, store and pass energy to one another as in "heat transfer" by convection, conduction, irradiation and phase changes. Excess energy production in solar panels, for instance, could be avoided and a better, more harmonious energy level can be absorbed by the surrounding environments and transferred to storage systems. For instance, trees, cars, roads, people and other living organisms that are in close proximity to poles or other renewable energy sources can share and lower the "spiked accumulation of relatively stabilized low power sources". In residential communities data from poles (if grounded and fireproofed with "fuse breakers" or "dry fire retardants" that can stop transmission of high voltage to the nearby trees) can transfer safely, and be shielded from sudden sparks of electricity during thunderstorms or other unnatural and accidental mishaps, protect data and homes for optimum transmission and protection of data; thus, conserving, preserving existing living organisms and infrastructures.
If there is optimal equilibrium balance of daily energy use, storage and transmission according to supply and demand, there may also be an equilibrium of energy flowing through nature: forests, plants, animals, water/air "purifications" balance ( by engineering standards, the air composition percentage of 78% nitrogen, 5% carbon dioxide, 21% oxygen, 0.93% argon and 0.04% other gases can be approximately maintained).
Balance of energy used ( flowing through, estimated mass, weight, potential) and released energy (for instance heat, electricity, dynamic) can maintain the conservation of mass, perhaps the conservation of energy. Forests can avoid fires, maintain "health" of trees, rivers, living creatures, and be a "buffer" for weather changes, diverse atmospheric conditions, drastic changes in air pressures, rains and climate changes.
Data can be used to analyze soil stability, sustainable urban habitats, environments conducive for reconstruction and conservation for the prevention of future fires.
Optimal flow of data can allow use of local resources: mud, twigs, stones, available "pretreated, fired wood" to be reused for the design rapid, durable, safe and permanent residential units in the original urban locations while also improving conservation of nature, new environmental habitats with a better equilibrium coexistence of fauna and flora.