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Posted on | August 14, 2016 | Comments Off on The Desert

Great Plains for wind and the desert Southwest for solar energy, to centres of consumption, usually in cities. Also reduce consumer demand during peak periods requires an intelligent network that a generators and consumers much more control over the use of electricity for hours.Wind large scale water and a reliable solar energy system can supply significantly the world needs, what will benefit the climate, air quality, water quality, ecology and energy. As we have shown, the obstacles are primarily political, not technical. The combination of the FIT more incentives for service providers to reduce costs, the Elimination of subsidies to fossil fuels and a sufficiently extended smart grid, could be sufficient to ensure a rapid implementation. Of course, changes in the system of power and transport industries originate above the existing infrastructure investments that would be unrecoverable.But with sensible policies, countries could set a target of generating 25 percent of your new power supply with WWS in 10 to 15 years old sources and almost 100 percent of the new offering in 20 to 30 years. With more aggressive policies, it could theoretically retire all the existing capacity of fossil fuels and replaced in the same period, but in a more modest way, probably the complete replacement of the system, one not fossil, it can last between 40 to 50 years. Either way, a leadership course necessary, or Nations will continue using technologies promoted by industries in place of those promoted by scientists.A decade ago, it was not clear that a global WWS system would technically or economically viable. The have shown that it is possible, we hope that world leaders can find out how to make the WWS politically feasible. They can start by commit to achieve emission reduction targets to curb change climaticoy promoting renewable energies. Original author and source of the article.

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