CSP Global Outlook 2016

CSP Global Outlook 2016

Solar Power would reduce global CO2 emissions by more than 37 billion tons
This corresponds to 4 years of CO2 emissions from China.
This is the Gemasolar Thermosolar Plant

CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) and the normal PV could supply in 12 percent of the energy needs of the world in 2050. 

This report, shows how Solar Power could create millions of jobs. Read More

Shell stopped drilling in the Arctic, this is why

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Protest Greenpeace ‘Save the Arctic’ with LEGO For the last few years Shell has been using LEGOs brand to clean up its image as an Arctic oil driller. 16 million Shell branded LEGO sets have been sold or given away at petrol stations in 26 countries.

Shell has surprised the world, ceasing the oil exploration in the Chukchi Sea above Alaska.

The decision was announced last Monday at 7 am: the last day of the exploration permit in the Arctic.

The decision has been made by 3 arguments:

  1. very disappointing results of exploratory drilling
  2. low oil prices
  3. ‘uncertainties’ from future governments and lawmakers

The last two sound the most convincing. The first argument ain’t. What’s going on?

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Right conclusion Greenpeace: fossil fuels obsolete in 2050?

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governments need to manage the dismantling of the fossil fuel industry which protects it’s ‘old industry’ with major lobby activities

100% renewable energy in 2050? Is that possible? Don’t we need just a little bit of fossils and nuclear power to keep the world spinning? 

Greenpeace International, in collaboration with the German Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, Systems Analysis & Technology Assessment concludes in their research that it is possible. According to the report, this is what we need to do: Read More

Lego ends Shell partnership

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Greenpeace activists also targeted Legoland in Windsor by dressing as Lego figures, while the campaign video, entitled “Everything is not awesome” attracted 5.9m views.

Lego will not renew its marketing contract with Shell after coming under sustained pressure from Greenpeace to end a partnership that dates to the 1960s.
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