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eight documents in the library in the category Promising Technology

Promising Technology: Goals can be achieved using primarily tested understood technology. Nevertheless, there are developments on the horizon which if proven viable within cost and timescale constraints, should simplify future success or increase the cost effectiveness, while increasing risk of success. As we advance in time, validation needs keep a close watch on decisions and rapidly correct projects that do not meet the expectations.
also in categories nuclear, promising technology moreless
Detailed list of advanced reactor projects in US moreless
also in categories biofuel, carbon capture, causes, coal, economics, effects, energy, forests, fossil fuel, government, habitation, hydroelectric, industry, mitigation, natural gas, negotiations, nuclear, petroleum, plans and scenarios, promising technology, recycling solutions, solar, success and failures, technology, transportation, wind moreless
US commitment to COP22. This document lays out a strategy to deeply decarbonize the U.S. economy by 2050. This document has been presented immediately after the US 2016 election results. At this point in time, little is known about the future of these very worthwhile commitments. moreless
also in categories carbon capture, energy, mitigation, nuclear, plans and scenarios, promising technology, technology moreless
An international team of scientists suggests that we must ramp up energy production by nuclear power if we are to succeed in warding off the worst effects of climate change. Writing in the International Journal of Global Energy Issues, the team suggests that beginning in 2020 we could achieve an annual electricity output of 20 terawatts without needing to develop carbon dioxide trapping and storage technology for the tens of billions of tons of emissions that would otherwise drive global warming to catastrophic levels. moreless
also in categories energy, industry, nuclear, promising technology, technology moreless
In the next 30 years, we expect to see substantial change in energy systems as the lifetime of existing plants ends and new plants are built with the EPA goals in mind. Replacement systems will have to enter a new operational paradigm in which integrated industrial-scale systems might provide the optimum way forward. An interesting view of future energy systems architecture. Does not take into consideration in US political changes. moreless Ecomodernist Manifesto.pdf
also in categories agriculture, carbon capture, community, economics, effects, energy, forests, government, habitation, industry, nuclear, plans and scenarios, promising technology, technology moreless
A revolutionary reevaluation of environmentalism, with a high reliance on technology to provide human needs while providing environmental space for wilderness and wild things. moreless
also in categories energy, industry, nuclear, promising technology moreless
Describes how to use molten salt to store up to 8 hours excess energy in in the form of heat in molten salt. moreless
also in categories economics, energy, industry, promising technology, solar, technology moreless
Developing a Cost Model and Methodology to Estimate Capital Costs for Thermal Energy Storage moreless
also in categories economics, energy, government, health, mitigation, nuclear, promising technology, radiation, recycling solutions, solar, technology, waste, wind moreless
In recent years some prominent advocates for the environment have become advocates for nuclear power. Film directors,parliamentarians, journalists and environmental campaigners: people who once were opposed to nuclear power have changed their minds. moreless

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