Choosing Renewables: Wind and Solar

April 6th, 2007 |
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Alternatives can help create a sustainable energy future. The most promising long-term alternative energy sources are wind and solar: there is plenty of it, greenhouse gas emissions are low, and the required surface area is relatively small — especially when compared to biomass. In this talk, SmartEnergy’s Margot Gerritsen says we also can’t afford to dismiss nuclear energy if we want to lower harmful emissions.

This talk was part of the “End of Oil” depate, at Stanford University in March 2006.

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