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Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
Combining different energy sources and uses by Murray McCaig
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  • 1. Sources & Uses of Energy Murray McCaig @murraymccaig
  • 2. Germany is on target for 35% renewable power by 2020EU is targeting 20% renewablepower by 2020 Scotland is leading the race to 100% renewable power by 2020 China will likely exceed its target of 15% renewable power by 2020
  • 3. By 2020, will you haverenewable power at home? 63% 1. Yes 2. No 38% 1 2
  • 4. By 2020, will you have energy storage at home? 64% 1. Yes 2. No 36% 1 2
  • 5. By 2020, will you go “off-grid”? 89% 1. Yes 2. No 11% 1 2
  • 6. 100% of vehicleswill be electric in 2030
  • 7. By 2020, will your car be 58%1. Electric2. Hydrogen3. CNG4. Biodiesel 20%5. Gas/Ethano 9% l 8% 5% 1 2 3 4 5
  • 8. Changing Energy Sources/Uses Impacting DistributionTransmissionDistribution
  • 9. Grid of the Future?
  • 10. Energy UsageTotal Final Energy Demand by Fuel Type, Ontario, 2007 Electricity Natural Gas 18% 35% Transport Fuels 36%
  • 11. Smart Energy Network? Fuel Cells Electricity Natural Gas eVehicles Transport CNG Hydrogen

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