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Robert Wilson
The world's biggest sources of energy in 1965: 1) oil; 2) coal; 3) natural;gas; 4) hydro; 5) nuclear. The world's biggest sources of energy today: 1) oil; 2) coal; 3) natural gas; 4) hydro; 5) nuclear.
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Jason Bordoff 31 Mar 19
Super important point. The pace of growth in clean energy has been remarkable. But that does not mean oil, gas and coal can’t rise as well. People too often forget both can be true, as I wrote in
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Susan Kraemer 31 Mar 19
Replying to @countcarbon @cityatlas
How do you measure solar in tons of "oil equivalent"? What is the oil metric? Can't you compare these energy sources by translating MWh into BTU? Or BTU into MWh?
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City Atlas 31 Mar 19
Also, about 30% (or more) can be lopped off the fossil fuel entries, as thermal waste. This makes the RE and nuclear look much better (however, storage for RE and cost/disposal for nuclear waste counterbalance, too). Cued:
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Michel Cranga 1 Apr 19
Replying to @countcarbon @cafuccio
and the collapse of the world is approaching faster and faster...
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Grace Ocean 2 Apr 19
There is no collapse of the world nor will there be imo...To the contrary is growing exponentially year-over-year not to mention several other energy efficient technologies...Its a matter of joining the clean energy party..
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Phil Connolly 31 Mar 19
Replying to @countcarbon
πŸ‘πŸ» what site is used to make these?
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Arthur Yip 1 Apr 19
Replying to @Filly_10 @countcarbon
looks like gganimate
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ᡇᡃᡇʸ 𝖇𝖑𝖔𝖔𝖉𝖒𝖔𝖔𝖓 πŸ”΄ 1 Apr 19
Replying to @countcarbon
Oil and coal will only increase because of developing countries. Renewable energy is not the answer! Nuclear is our best hope
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Dom T 1 Apr 19
Nuclear is renewable in any country but USA
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DPS Berlijn 1 Apr 19
Replying to @countcarbon
Is there not an electricity equivalent graph? Omitting all diesel/oil for ships/planes etc?
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Sada 薩達 πŸ›Ί 7 Apr 19
this looks more hopeful
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