Very persuasive and moving. I wish to see this man as our President.
The longer answer is that the EIA is very, very conservative. They think of their primary audience as being the US Congress. They think of their base case projections as simply being the current situation, and then they provide other scenarios which reflect possible policy changes.
Up to that point, solar will have been doubling every two years and wind every three to four years. I would appreciate any hints as to why they think neither solar nor wind will double for the next ten years after ?
In the Department of Energy they predict increases throughwith an end total of Here is there interactive mapping. Meanwhile, further improvements are poised to make wind economical in every state.
EIA guys are well aware their future paychecks and bennies depend on turning out a product satisfactory to their political masters. Expecting them to publish results that would piss off the big boys who keep congress critters in office via campaign contributions is insanity.
Keeping the BAU apple cart upright is a tricky business. If the public were ever to get the idea that gas and oil are going to be scarce and expensive …. A shit load of bankers and industrialists would lose their asses. OF course the smartest or luckiest ones would see it coming and divest and get into renewables early.
I have no doubt whatsoever that they all see the writing on the wall already! This morning I just happened to be reading the financial statements from BASF and it is perfectly clear that petrochemicals are just way too valuable. It is just plain stupid to continue burning them as we have been doing until now!
Citigroup predicts renewables will replace coal and gas in power generation, which will free up the use of gas as a substitute for oil in transport.
But I do believe it is coming. Optimists of the technology tribe are generally in my opinion a little on the giddy side and fail to take into account plain old inertia and habit on the part of naked apes.
Here is an excerpt from the link: UBS, however, argues that solar panels and batteries will be disruptive technologies. So, too, will electric vehicles and storage. By the end of the decade, it says, the combination of will deliver a pay-back time of between six to 8 years, as this graph below shows.Superb book of English Civil War Arms & Armour A copy of Thom Richardson's seminal work.
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