New Solar Roadmap Tackles Climate Change

The American Solar Energy Society has recently released a 200 page report explaining how concentrating solar power (CSP), photovoltaics (PV), wind power, biomass, biofuels, and geothermal power, along with increased energy efficiency, can significantly reduce carbon emissions by some 1.2 billion tons a year by 2030.

"Takling Climate Change in the U.S."  is the name of the 200 page report. The report shows that renewable energy has the potential to provide 40% of the U.S. electrical need projected for 2030. The combination of energy efficiency measures and renewable energy could provide 50% of the 2030 need.

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Posted by Gerry Wolff on February 20,2007 at 1:33 PM
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