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Old 01-11-2019, 06:15 AM   #861
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Well that's a shame.....

This is though:


He thinks more compressors for natural gas will be built in the future, like what, solar, battery, and wind prices are just going to stay what they are today?

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Seriously!?! Imagine what could have been developed in renewables with that kind of money......
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LET HE WHO HASN'T JERKED OFF ON HIS SLEEPING EMPLOYEE CAST THE FIRST STONE!
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Old 01-11-2019, 04:33 PM   #862
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The report points out that China has taken a lead in renewable energy and is now the world’s largest producer, exporter and installer of solar panels, wind turbines, batteries and electric vehicles.
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“The renewables revolution enhances the global leadership of China, reduces the influence of fossil fuel exporters and brings energy independence to countries around the world,” said Grimsson, speaking at the launch of the report. “The transformation of energy brings big power shifts.”
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Old 01-14-2019, 01:07 PM   #863
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“My overarching concern right now is the economic development. Tesla put 150,000 new Model 3s on the market. That’s 150,000 cars that don’t consume gasoline. And it’s not just Tesla. Porsche, Audi, and BMW are all coming out with all-electric vehicles in 2019. So the inelasticities of demand in this market are fundamentally changing,”
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Love Cathie Wood...she is one smart cookie. She talks about Tesla at the beginning, but then about other industries as well.

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Another part of the dirty fuel industry is going away.

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Volvo CE, the Volvo Group’s construction equipment subsidiary, announced that it will stop development of diesel engine-based compact wheel loaders and compact excavators in order to sell electric versions instead.
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If the warm cycles of the N.A.O. (North Atlantic Oscillation) are associated with huge losses of ice, and the cool cycles only pause the melting, it suggests a threshold has been reached: As average temperatures rise further, melting will be more sustained, and the cooling cycles will have less of an effect in slowing the ice loss.
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“By limiting greenhouse gas emissions we limit warming, and thus also limit how rapidly and intensely Greenland affects our livelihoods through sea-level rise,” he added. “That, it seems, is our call to make.”
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