This is a link to a YouTube film involving my interview with Robert Stone, who was the director of the film Pandora’s Promise.read more »
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Video of my TEDx talk about how I had to change my view on nuclear energy when I realised that it is necessary during the low-carbon transition.read more »
This is a link to a youtube film of me talking about how I had to change my view on nuclear energy when I realised it is the way towards sustainable energy.read more »
According to the US Department of Energy, global energy use and carbon emissions are set to increase more than 50% by 2025. Demand in China and India is expected to escalate a combined 91%, with other developing countries close behind. Industrialised states’ needs’ are expected to grow by approximately one-third. Governments’ efforts to curb the resulting environmental effects are generally met with low expectations. Are SMRs a solution to this?read more »
The UK government is strongly supportive of biomass as a means of increasing energy security. It also regards biomass as a major contributor to meeting the UK’s EU renewable energy target, and as an important contributor to carbon reductions – though it has stressed that not all biomass is sustainable.read more »
Comments on Jonathon Porritt’s arguments against nuclear power.read more »
The Centre for European Reform (CER) has now published my short report on what the EU should do about nuclear power after the events at Fukushima.read more »
Questions about pollution from biomass combustion and the efficiency of heat pumps, from Allessandro de Maidaread more »
Would ocean thermal energy conversion be a great sustainable technology for harnessing the stored solar power in the oceans?Posted in Answers to your questions, Technology on 11/01/2010 04:22 pm by Administrator
Question: Would OTEC – ocean thermal energy conversion – be a great solution for harnessing the stored solar power in the oceans?
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Question: Just curious, but how expensive is a widespread district heating network for, say, 100,000 inhabitants?
Alessandro De Midaread more »