Tag: International Energy Agency
Take all the power stations in the United States. Together, they produce almost 1000 gigawatts of electricity – enough to boil several billion kettles simultaneously. Now imagine building another five power stations for every one that already exists in the United States. That is about the amount of electricity generation that the world is on [...]
Posted: November 11th, 2009 under Climate Change, General, Technologies.
Tags: CO2, Coal Fired Power Stations, energy consumption, Energy generation, energy production, global warming, IEA, International Energy Agency, Stop Coal
Comment – Greenhouse Neutral Foundation: When you read this report, study the graph issued by the IEA only the dark blue section on “Current production” has any meaning. The rest has been boosted and is unreliable. Then look around your room, inside your car and anywhere else and note everything that is made from plastic, [...]