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The Renewable Electron Economy XVII: On-Grid and Grid-Optional Transport, 'Parachute' for a $140/Barrel Oil Society

by: Michael Hoexter

Currently, vehicle-makers, researchers, investors and green technology analysts are involved in a high-stakes game of developing and investing in various battery chemistries and designs which may yield the result of more energy dense, longer-lasting, and less toxic batteries or ultracapacitors.

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The Electron Economy Part IV; Generating Electricity ... Less than Cleanly

by: Michael Hoexter

In the last 3 posts, I have brought in Ulf Bossel’s electron economy concept to highlight the efficiency and environmentally friendly potential of an economy that relies to the highest degree possible on energy delivery through electricity.

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The Electron Economy Part III: The Challenge of Mobile Energy Storage

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The Electron Economy: the Energy Future is nearer than you think ...

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California's Bold STEP Toward Sustainable Mobility

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Biofuels: A Long Detour on the Road to Sustainability?

by: Michael Hoexter

I have watched the development of the biofuels debate from something of a remove but also with a generally positive, well-wishing attitude towards the use of renewable biofuels to substitute for the use of fossil fuel energy. What is not to like about a solution to our energy woes that involves helping farmers and growing green plants?

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