Published March 21, 2019 in Warp & Woof Drive Better Electrically EVs, Past, Present, Future William Sundwick Electricity as a means of propulsion for self-contained road vehicles is as old, or older, than the internal combustion engine (ICE). But EV market share declined to zero for a large chunk of motor vehicle history. There wereContinue reading “Drive Better Electrically”
Many feel that we need to focus more attention (and resources) on adaptation: it’s already too late to reverse climate change apocalypse.
Amory Lovins: nuclear is a money loser, renewables will continue to advance despite Trump, EVs are here now — will soon dominate, carbon removal is mostly about agriculture (put it back into soil), and natural gas may be worse than coal (stop that fracking!)
10% isn’t nearly enough, but it is a renewable energy milestone. Could be much greater with federal incentives — not likely in a Trump administration (despite Rick Perry’s history as a wind farm promoter in TX) Not sure a “non-human” language is necessarily bad … especially if it improves negotiating skills of robots!
Great post from Vox.com on strategic approaches to “deep decarbonization” Henry Blodgett from 2013, worth a reminder … economy mostly about DEMAND, investment is only a seed!