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World Energy 2030 projection: reminders for dreamers

Unread Messageby Christophe » 14/08/08, 14:49

A small image (IEA figures) extracted from below the cards on energy to see here:
https://www.econologie.com/l-energie-dan ... -3883.html


This image speaks volumes about the ecolopipos discourses (included catastrophists and "green" policies), 80% of the energy consumed in fossil 2030 will:

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Please note I did not say it was a reason to do nothing: just as oil gas and coal are even more than necessary ... for decades and the effect of greenhouse in?
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Unread Messageby jonule » 14/08/08, 14:54

yeah, and it's not the nuclear that will help us to do without ...
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 14/08/08, 15:30

Another reminder "friendly" and that makes chilling (or rather hot), number of cars per capita:

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Unread Messageby Remundo » 14/08/08, 16:08

Very good this little document. Both synthetic, but without forgetting much : Idea:
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Unread Messageby minguinhirigue » 14/08/08, 16:11

There are still some scenarios that rely on massive development of efficient technology, they lead to very different results.

For example Greenpeace in the report energy revolutionThey establish a scenario for a decline in general consumption, but the proportion of fossil energy remains the majority.

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Speculations are also made without real visions on how much oil and gas still available. Without prejudice to how I think unfortunately that too but that is only my opinion.
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 14/08/08, 16:13

Minguinhirigue, the IEA (and OECD) have several possible sénarii, inside information had to take average figures.

Here are some sénarii by WEC (World Energy Council):
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Evolution 5 following more or less environmental scenarios (A Strong growth, current reference B, C ecologist) A1, A2 and A3 indicate more or less alternative to fossil fuels. (Source: World Energy Council).

In the best case C) consumption increases ... The Greenpeace scenario under which Gross decrease overall consumption is not credible (except major break)!

Details and more: https://www.econologie.com/la-pollution- ... es-53.html

I think the reality will be much closer to that of the IEA as that of Greenpeace. Besides Greenpeace zon to begin an example: how much wind in their name? Their cargo it work with vegetable oil (at least in part)?

I think we need to listen and listen to his conclusion: it implies that no major geopolitical disruption (or philosophical but we can dream!), The reality will be close to this one ... and it can not be denied.

Otherwise Remundo if he forgot this: oil Laigret
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 14/08/08, 16:24

Toutafé!

Ah, but I know .... he forgot to come ... on Econologie.com simply!

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Unread Messageby minguinhirigue » 14/08/08, 16:40

I know the Greenpeace scenario is unlikely, I know your moods also face their group. But they try to fight on the same table as economists worldwide, and they have a global alternative which results in their chart. Their study is long and meaty, not to say it will happen as the present, but it can happen as desired ...

Because decision makers, as world leaders remain spectators of macroeconomics while everything is in place to be actors. But it's not in their interests (financial among others, understood that renewable energy is "expensive" today ...)

Otherwise, alternatives present on the site also challenge the very notion of gas or oil as fossil fuels. That is if the will is there, gases and oils can become renewable energy synthesized from biomass!
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