Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Energy Diversification - Just a little bit more

The future of energy generation is unclear but exciting, as a whole range of new technologies emerges from various companies, governments and scientists.  
Current world energy usage. 


As you can see fossil fuels accounts for over  86% of world energy production, so when we run out of them, we will have to find a lot of alternative energy resources, rather than one new alternative to this problem i imagine it will be a combination of renewables, nuclear and possible future technology like hydrogen.
This will require a large investment from governments and private companies, from all around the world, as well as unprecedented international cooperation and development, the economics implications for oil producing nations such as Russia, USA, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and many more could be far reaching and very destabilising in many parts of the world.

10 comments:

  1. nuclear is way too under used I like the concept of your blog though nice post

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  2. Once all of the oil is used up, the Middle East will be screwed lol. I think it will happen naturally that the world will switch to renewable resources as fossil fuels become harder to obtain, simple supply and demand, it will cost less for a company to put in some windmills.

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  3. We need nuclear power now so that we can put money into funding more friendly options in the future.

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  4. this is one of my more favorite blog posts from you :)

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  5. this is one of my more favorite blog posts from you :)

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  6. Hopefully there is a boom in solar energy at some point..

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