Monday, March 28, 2011

Who says we can't power ourselves with 100% renewable energy?

Not these people for sure - download their reports, which illustrate many possible options - here:
  1. 100% renewables by 2050 in Europe - WWF, Ecofys and OMA
  2. 100% renewables by 2050 in Europe - PriceWaterhouseCooper, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, International Institute for Applied System Analysis and the European Climate Forum
  3. 100% Renewable Energy for European - European Renewable Energy Council, EREC
  4. 80% carbon reductions in Europe - European Climate Foundation
  5. Roadmap to a low carbon economy - European Commission
  6. Zero Carbon Britain - Centre for Alternative Technology
  7. Zero Carbon Denmark - Danish Commission on Climate Change Policy
  8. Towards 100% renewable electricity in Germany - Advisory Council on the Environment (SRU)
  9. A look at some cutting-edge low carbon tech - Boston Consulting Group
  10. Zero Carbon Australia - Energy Research Institute of the University of Melbourne and Beyond Zero Emissions
Come and discuss these options at a one day global expert summit in June that will debate, discuss and examine the development of 100% renewable electricity roadmaps for key global regions and nations in a 2030-2050 timeframe.

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