Sustainable Energy

A combination of renewable and conservation. Conservation is by far, the most economical solution. The energy necessary per person for a decent life – including heating and cooling, domestic services, transport, and industry, – is equivalent to a 1 kw … Continue reading

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The capacity to produce a work. For ancient Greeks such as Aristotle, it was a force either in potency (dymanis) or in act (energeia). This idea was formalized in the 19th century by defining the unit of energy the Joule … Continue reading

Energy and Ingenuity

How to preserve the necessary and positive consequences of energy that drives economy and social prosperity and at the same time finding ways to eliminate energy’s negative consequences: pollution, environmental degradaion, climate change, future scarcity and political unrest. • source: … Continue reading

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