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Efficient Vehicles Reduce Use of Vehicles Efficient Buildings Efficient Baseload Coal Plants
Fuel mileage needs to be cut in half Allot money to produce hybrid and electrical vehicles Promote the research of alternate fuels and energy sources
Average of 10000 miles driven per car per year should be reduced Produce more public transits Addition of subways and urban trains
Cut emissions of buildings in half Reduce carbon in: Space heating and cooling Water heating Lighting Electric appliances
Convert the fuel to electricity more efficiently at the power plant Better turbines High-temperature fuel cells Combining fuel cells and turbines
Ch Alternative Energy & Conservation
Mitigation Strategies What and Why?. What is mitigation? To decrease force or intensity. To lower risk. Earthquake mitigation Flood mitigation Climate.
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Fossil Fuels and Nuclear Energy. 1. Fossil Fuel-Fuels made from once living organic material. a. Coal b. Oil c. Natural Gas.
Human Energy Needs. Energy needs (kcal/person/day) have mirrored societal evolution Primitive – 2000 Hunter-gatherer – 5000 Early agriculture – 12,000.
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint By Shawn Esperti. Every year the average citizen produces about 10 tons of carbon dioxide — enough to fill two Olympic.
Mitigation Strategies Review LP Mitigation Strategy #1: Transportation Efficiency A car that gets 30 mpg releases 1 ton of carbon into the air.
How can we reduce our oil consumption ? Drive less and transport fewer goods less far design more energy efficient vehicle switch to non-fossil fuel based.
Transportation Issues. US Cars and Drivers US Population: 300 million Licensed drivers 190 million Cars and light trucks. 210 million.
CHP & Fuel Cells at Home. Combined Heat and Power (CHP) aka “Cogeneration”
MITIGATING CLIMATE CHANGE. WHAT WE KNOW The level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have increased, causing the Earth’s temperature to rise. One greenhouse.
Alternative fuels for the cars of Today and Tomorrow By Christian Warton-Eyers.
It is used to make gasoline ad some other things to run a lot of our cars and other important things.
Current uses and facts. Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells were developed by General Electric in the 1960s Current Fuel Cells use Hydrogen gas and Oxygen.
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY RESOURCES Energy Efficiency: Percentage of the total energy input that does useful work and is not converted into LQE. HQE = high-temperature.
Man and Energy 2 Pongthep Suwanwaree, Ph.D. School of Biology Institute of Science Suranaree University of Technology 18 January 2005.
Solar Energy. What is solar energy? Solar energy is light or heat (radiant energy) that comes from the sun. Although solar energy is the most abundant.
Making Electricity. A generator takes mechanical energy (movement) and turns it into electrical energy. A generator makes electricity by turning a.
“Clean” and Efficient Public Transportation Kapil Kanhai Yik Ho.
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