Cold Weather Renewables
- Mar 2, 2021 4:27 pm GMT
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Going forward most regions must transition to very low greenhouse gas (GHG) electric generation (a.k.a. ‘renewables) in order to avoid the worst effects from climate change.
This paper is about the coldest regions in North America, and how they might implement renewables.
Excerpts of a very documented Investor Presentation. Energy Transition to 2050 means - electrification x2.5 - wind x16 - solar x30 - batteries x30 Lots of copper, nickel, lithium...
There I was, wondering whether anyone was interested in my world of offshore wind and hydrogen! My thanks to the Energycentral team and community.
Once considered a status symbol, gas stoves have become a popular choice for amateur and professional chefs alike. More than a third of U.S.
Summary: I’ve seen evidence that the projects covered in similar earlier posts are making progress. I’ve also found an excellent DOE Source on Offshore Wind, linked below, and this will provide much of the content in this post.
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