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Kenneth Chai

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  • 1. No Nukes?No Problem
    Germany is proving a rapid transition to renewable energy is possible.
    - Stephen Lacey
  • 2. Summary
    • Background
    • 3. Observations
    • 4. Takeaway message
    • 5. Personal assessment
    • 6. Issues for discussion
    • 7. Germany’s transit plan
    • 8. Phasing out Nuclear
    • 9. Implementing Renewable
    • 10. Restructuring the energy grid
  • Background
    • Background
    • 11. Observations
    • 12. Takeaway message
    • 13. Personal assessment
    • 14. Issues for discussion
    • 15. Textbook example of change leadership in effect
    • 16. Sustainable energy
    • 17. Catalyzed by the Fukushima disaster
  • Observations
    • Background
    • 18. Observations
    • 19. Takeaway message
    • 20. Personal assessment
    • 21. Issues for discussion
    • 22. Nuclear energy was not competitive in free market without significant government support
    • 23. Germans are unsupportive of nuclear energy
  • Observations
    • Background
    • 24. Observations
    • 25. Takeaway message
    • 26. Personal assessment
    • 27. Issues for discussion
    • 28. Rather than develop nuclear power, Germany is aggressively pursuing renewable energy
    • 29. Transitioning to nuclear energy will require an entire transformation of the electricity grid
  • Takeaway message
    • Background
    • 30. Observations
    • 31. Takeaway message
    • 32. Personal assessment
    • 33. Issues for discussion
    • 34. Transform, not reform
    • 35. Innovative solutions may bring about more problems, the only cure is more innovative solutions
  • Personal Assessment
    + Very descriptive article
    + Good example of change leadership
    - Biased towards renewable energy
    7 / 10
  • 40. Issues for discussion
    • Background
    • 41. Observations
    • 42. Takeaway message
    • 43. Personal assessment
    • 44. Issues for discussion
    • 45. Do you consider this change leadership for Germany only, or for the world?
    • 46. Between a problem and a solution with problems, which will you choose to develop?