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Hans De Keulenaer

Energy and Environment Monitor: Summary of EPRI Prism/MERGE 2009 Analyses Report: EPRI ... - 0 views

  • In 2007, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) released its first “Prism” model and Model for Estimating the Regional and Global Effects of Greenhouse Gas Reductions (MERGE). 
  • EPRI updated both analyses in 2009 to reflect economic and technological changes that have the potential to affect projected emissions and the technologies to address them. 
  • The Prism analysis projects that by 2030, 60% of the total U.S. generation mix would consist of low- or non-CO2 emitting generation
Hans De Keulenaer

How to Profit from Energy Illiteracy - 0 views

  • A new bill submitted by Rep Henry Waxman (D-CA) and Edward Markey (D-MA), the American Clean Energy and Security Act, would aim to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases by 20% from 2005 levels by 2020 (vs. the 15% proposed by President Obama), and by 80% by 2050.
Hans De Keulenaer

Barack Obama and Joe Biden: The Change We Need | New Energy for America - 0 views

    • The Obama-Biden comprehensive New Energy for America plan will:

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      • Provide short-term relief to American families facing pain at the pump
      • Help create five million new jobs by strategically investing $150 billion over the next ten years to catalyze private efforts to build a clean energy future.
      • Within 10 years save more oil than we currently import from the Middle East and Venezuela combined.
      • Put 1 million Plug-In Hybrid cars -- cars that can get up to 150 miles per gallon -- on the road by 2015, cars that we will work to make sure are built here in America.
      • Ensure 10 percent of our electricity comes from renewable sources by 2012, and 25 percent by 2025.
      • Implement an economy-wide cap-and-trade program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by 2050.
Hans De Keulenaer

Research Recap » Blog Archive » Solar Power Could Supply 69% of US Electricit... - 0 views

    A massive switch from coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear power plants to solar power plants could supply 69% of the US's electricity and 35% of its total energy by 2050, according to Scientific American.

    However, $420 billion in subsidies from 2011 to 2050 would be required to fund the infrastructure and make it cost-competitive, the publication says in "A Solar Grand Plan" presented in its January 2008 issue.
Sergio Ferreira

Hillary Clinton's climate and energy plan - 1 views

  • renewables generating 25% of electricity by 2030
  • A $50 billion Strategic Energy Fund, paid for in part by oil companies, to fund investments in alternative energy. The SEF will finance one-third of the $150 billon ten-year investment in a new energy future contained in this plan;
  • 10 "Smart Grid City" partnerships to prove the advanced capabilities of smart grid and other advanced demand-reduction technologies, as well as new investment in plug-in hybrid vehicle technologies
Hans De Keulenaer

Green Car Congress: EPRI-NRDC Studies Highlight GHG and Air Quality Benefits of Plug-in... - 0 views

  • Widespread adoption of PHEVs could reduce GHG emissions from vehicles by more than 450 million metric tons annually in 2050—equivalent to removing 82.5 million passenger cars from the road. Cumulative GHG emissions reductions from 2010 to 2050 could reach 10.3 billion metric tons under the most aggressive scenarios for the development of a lower-carbon electrical infrastructure and PHEV penetration.
Hans De Keulenaer

Green Car Congress: New Jersey Becomes Third State with Greenhouse Gas Reduction Law - 0 views

  • New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine signed legislation that calls for reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020—approximately a 20% reduction—followed by a further reduction of emissions to 80% below 2006 levels by 2050.
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