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Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
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Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
Hans-Josef Fell - Beyond Zero Emissions May Discussion Group
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Hans-Josef Fell is our special guest at the Beyond Zero Emissions discussion group held in partnership with the University of Melbourne Office of Environment Program

Hans-Josef Fell is our special guest at the Beyond Zero Emissions discussion group held in partnership with the University of Melbourne Office of Environment Program

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    • 1. Renewable Energies and Climate Protection Skype Conference May 3th 2010 Hans-Josef Fell, Member of German Parliament
    • 2. 1979 17th September Arctic sea ice Quelle: Prof. Dr. Anders Levermann
    • 3. Quelle: Prof. Dr. Anders Levermann 1979 17th September Arctic sea ice
    • 4. Quelle: Prof. Dr. Anders Levermann 1979 17th September Arctic sea ice
    • 5. Climate problems can only be solved by two strategies:
      • 1. Stop greenhouse gas emissions
      • (not only reduce the emissions)
      • promote renewable technologies
      • completely cancel the use of fossil and nuclear energies
      • 2. Take out carbon from atmosphere
      • convert plants to humus soil (HTC)
      • reforesting big areas
      • The Target must be: 330 ppm CO 2
      Hans-Josef Fell www.hans-josef-fell.de
    • 6. Share of Renewables in the Gross Electricity Consumption in Germany Source: BDEW
    • 7. Avoided Costs due to Renewable Energies in 2009 Source: BEE
    • 8. Average electricity costs for a multi-person household in Germany: 52 € Source: BMU 2009
    • 9. Job engine renewable energies in Germany Source: BEE /BMU 2009 Hans-Josef Fell www.hans-josef-fell.de Renewable Energies
    • 10. 57 Mio. t 5,6 bn. € 8 Mio.t 4,3 bn. € Source: www.energie-verstehen.de Comparing Climate protection tools in Germany Renewable Energy Sources Act (2007) v. Emission trading system (2005-07) Emission trading system Renewable Energy Sources Act
    • 11.
      • A Path to Sustainable Energy by 2030
      ‘ Wind, water and solar technologies can provide 100 percent of the world’s energy, eliminating all fossil fuels.‘ (Mark Z. Jacobson & Mark A. Delucchi)
    • 12. Sources: Mark Z. Jacobson/ Mark DeLucchi 2009, A plan for a sustainable future, in: Scientific American Nov. 2009 Dr. Werner Zittel 2010, Worldwide Estimated Yearly Energy Costs (EWG 2010) Renewable energies are cheaper than global fossil energy bill Estimated costs fossil, nuclear energies (US $) Petroleum Natural Gas Coal Electricity Sum per year (without external costs!) 3350-4475 Bil. 550-830 Bil. 150-300 Bil. 1490-2150 Bil. 5000–7750 Bil. Sum 2010-2030 (+ 20% rise) 200 000 Bil. Sum to replace world’s energy by 2030 100 000 Bil.
    • 13. Key components of a successfull feed-in law
      • Privileged grid access
      • Attractive feed-in tariff for each RE technology
      • (must be high enough for cost-effecient RE power production)
      • Feed-in cost distributed via electricity price
      • No cap on total amount of generated RE power
      • Guaranteed feed-in period
      • Also important: No obstacles through approval procedures in practice
      www.hans-josef-fell.de
    • 14. Photovoltaic www.hans-josef-fell.de
    • 15. Innovation of Wind Power Technology 20 Years Development of Wind Power Technology (20 kW to 6 MW) www.hans-josef-fell.de
    • 16. Biogas www.hans-josef-fell.de
    • 17. Geothermal Energy www.hans-josef-fell.de Hot-Dry-Rock Method
    • 18. Small Hydropower www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: Badenova
    • 19. Source: REN21 Renewable Energy Share of Global Final Energy Consumption
    • 20. Worldwide Potential Renewable Energy Source : FVS/DLR
    • 21. Oil production world summary Energy Watch Group WEO 2008
    • 22. Umsätze der 16 wertvollsten Konzerne 2008 Quelle: SZ, 28.08.09
    • 23. Corporate Profits Rise with Oil Price Quelle Ölpreis: MWV (Rohölsorte WTI); Quelle Gewinne: Jahresabschlüsse
    • 24. Global coal production: Peak 2030
    • 25. Example: Lignite Power Station Neurath Consumption of lignite from mine Mio. t/a
    • 26. Pripjat Towncenter April 2006: 20 years after Tchernobyl nuclear accident
    • 27.
    • 28.  
    • 29. Climate problems can only be solved by two strategies:
      • 1. Stop greenhouse gas emissions
      • (not only reduce the emissions)
      • promote renewable technologies
      • completely cancel the use of fossil and nuclear energies
      • 2. Take out carbon from atmosphere
      • convert plants to humus soil (HTC)
      • reforesting big areas
      • The Target must be: 330 ppm CO 2
      Hans-Josef Fell www.hans-josef-fell.de
    • 30. Hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) Source: MPI of Colloids and Interfaces
      • Process:
      • Input: plants (+ side products)
      • Outcome: biochar (+ energy)
      • Usage of biochar:
      • fuel
      • chemical base
      • (oil substitute)
      • CO 2 –binding in soil
    • 31. Climate protection with HTC
      • 20 t biochar can be put into soil per hectare
      • With an additional 100 t carbon due to the growing generativity of the soil (e.g. afforestation)
      • Around 200 Gt CO 2 could be taken out of the atmosphere in the next 30 years
      • -> 330 ppm
      • Needed: about 8 Mio. HTC-machines worldwide
      • Overall costs: US $ 1000 Bil.
      Source: MPI of Colloids and Interfaces
    • 32. Afforestation by sowing forest seeds
      • Forest seeds are much cheaper than plantation (US $ 500 per hectare)
      • In the Tropics an annual rate of return of up to US $ 10 000 can be achieved
      • In a temperate zone an annual rate of return at least US $ 500 per hectare
      Source: Forest Seed
    • 33. Climate-protection policies Promoting renewable energy,chemistry & organic farming:
      • Laws for feed-in-tariffs
      • tax relief for renewables
      • canceling subsidies for intensive agriculture, for fossil and nuclear energy and chemistry
      • research and education offensive for renewables and organic farming
      • reduction of approval obstacles
      • dispose big areas for reforesting
      • not successful: quota or certificate systems
      • (unable to promote fast climate protection)
    • 34. Many Thanks for your Attention! Hans-Josef Fell www.hans-josef-fell.de

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