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Ketan Joshi
Climate and clean tech author and analyst. Tech, data, science, justice, community. My book Windfall has words and pictures. We are cancelling the apocalypse.
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Covid-19 vaccines face a varied and powerful misinformation movement online
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I bet a bunch of Exxon execs scoffed and said something like "all these lefties think they're dragging us....they're just giving us even more exposure!" and the laughter died down and there was full six second pause and they simultaneously burst out into loud, deep, heaving sobs
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Suzy Hobbs Baker 🇺🇸 1h
HELLO, WE'RE HIRING A SOCIAL SCIENTIST WITH FOCUS ON CLEAN ENERGY SYSTEMS DEPLOYMENT PLS COME WORK WITH ME (message me with questions/interest)
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✨ same shit, different GB ✨ 14h
Replying to @IlhanMN
when the oil and gas companies finally join a climate initiative to combat the problems they helped cause
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greentechmedia 5h
The power system as a whole can handle a more rapid shift to than grid operators have long assumed.
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Peter Hannam 21h
⁩ running an 8-page supplement on coal today...
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Replying to @KetanJ0
It's not easy letting go of the idea that major changes is going to come about if you aggressively champion or aggressively decry a particular machine and leave it at that (this was much of my thinking for a long time)
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Replying to @KetanJ0
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This goes some way to explaining why wind and solar tend to be the sworn enemies of both ends of the spectrum in this debate - both catastrophically failing to recognise how human-decision-dependent these techs tend to be. They're what we make them.
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Jason Hickel 4h
Replying to @jasonhickel
"You don’t need to be a degrowth advocate to recognise that our growth dependence is a straightjacket on policymakers. The spectre of shrinking GDP has been invoked to block environmental policies, food standards, labour rights, health measures, etc..."
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Jason Hickel 4h
This is a great piece by , one of the most compelling new voices in the post-growth space. Here she reaches out to proponents of "green growth" in search of common ground.
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GE Renewable Energy Nov 11
190 of the 13 MW turbines are to be installed at A & B. has further details on the project.
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Ketan Joshi 5h
Replying to @knobsturner
All the routes are complicated 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
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They bid in for America's gas industry thing that Porter Novelli backed out of
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Replying to @knobsturner
Ah no, neither peak demand nor total aggregate energy consumption are "what security is". The capability of an electric grid to meet reliability and security metrics are *way* more complicated than that. Sorry to bring the bad news.
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Ketan Joshi 5h
I noticed this while digging around their site. It's run by . Their CEO Simon Whitehead is I think their fossil fuel guy. "Awarded Petroleum Economist Awards’ 2018 Energy Consultancy of the Year"
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