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review The Great Transition Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ As oil insecurity deepens the extraction risks of fossil fuels rise and concerns about climate instability cast a shadow over the future of coal a new world energy economy is emerging The old economy fueled by oil natural gas and coal is being replaced with one powered by wind As oil insecurity deepens the extraction risks of fossil fuels rise and concerns about climate instability cast a shadow over the future of coal a new world energy economy is emerging The old economy fueled by oil natural gas and coal is being replaced with one powered by wind solar and geothermal energyThe Gr. Maybe the one bit of good news about climate change is that we're uickly transitioning to an electrical grid that's far efficient in terms of carbon emissions Available free online here

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Eat Transition details the accelerating pace of this global energy revolution As many countries become less enad with coal and nuclear power they are embracing an array of clean renewable energies Whereas solar energy projects were once small scale largely designed for residential use energy investors are now. This is a great fast read that is meant to give a basic history and glimpse of the future for coal nuclear natural gas geothermal solar and wind energy Highly recommend reading it if you use electricity ever

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The Great TransitionBuilding utility scale solar projects Strides are being made some of the huge wind farm complexes under construction in China will each produce as much electricity as several nuclear power plants and an electrified transport system supplemented by the use of bicycles could reshape the way we think about mobili. Long sections are simply statistics spelled out with minimal context And as a book about the bleeding edge of grid technology it's now four years old But it paints a compelling picture of the future of renewable energy and the decline of fossil fuels The chapter on nuclear power is particularly compelling 20 years ago if the world had been fully aware of the dangers of climate change nuclear likely would have been our best option Today the rapid cost decline of wind and solar combined with the evolution towards a smarter decentralized grid means that nuclear is hard to recommend on any broad scale