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Trump’s vow to rip up environmental rules has been overwhelmed by an even more powerful force: the free market. Coal just can’t keep up with dirt-cheap natural gas and increasingly affordable renewables.
Economics have been front and center in this transition,” Good said. “Low-cost natural gas, the declining cost of renewables, and, frankly, low interest rates, have been an important part of how we are able to invest and retire plants.”
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Indeed, what will it take? Would the hard right back down if his excellency Archbishop Pell changed his mind?
Oceans will warm up to the point where the Hydrated Methane will erupt out of the water and catch fire.
At the rate of deforestation there will be very few trees to have a forest fire as there will only be “ribbons of green” running down both sides of the road for the wild animals to wander along in amongst the empty beer bottles and plastic drink bottles along the the huge acres of cereals all for export.
Open cut coal mines pockmarking the land…
Sounds like perfect alternative to French submarine, not nuclear, not hybrid diesel but coal fired submarine. Can we get The Fixer Christopher Pyne back? Who else could Fix coal fired sub!
The world has never seen a threat to human rights of this scope,” she told the UN human rights council in Geneva.
“The economies of all nations, the institutional, political, social and cultural fabric of every state, and the rights of all your people, and future generations, will be impacted” by climate change, she warned.
James Lovelock has been warning that, because of our complacencu, we will all see devastation and dysfunction worse than consequences of war.
…home batteries, expected to total in the region of 150,000 units by 2024. At around 10kWh per unit (a generous estimate), that equates to around 1.5 gigawatt hours of storage.
Forecasts for EVs, on the other hand, predict around 100,000 vehicles a year being bought by 2024 (possibly more), and with an average battery size of at least 40kWh, that will bring in some 4GWh of storage each year.
On hot days, conventional air exchange aircon is not so efficient, very hungry over 45degC. So here’s another kind of storage, chilled water cool bank.
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