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Timeforanewvocabulary 110327214606-phpapp02

  1. 1. MarSamBeal.comTime For a New Vocabularyfor renewable energy
  2. 2. MarSamBeal.comSource SEIA, Mar2011US PV Market
  3. 3. MarSamBeal.comSource SEIA, Mar2011US SHW Market
  4. 4. MarSamBeal.comSource SolarTech Mar2011Santa Clara County surveyMarket Challenges
  5. 5. MarSamBeal.comClean-tech is a global economic driverSubsidies drive learning curve i.e. costLEED and “net zero” are reshapingconstruction industryDemand Response & Smart Grid arecritical enabling technologiesEnvironment
  6. 6. MarSamBeal.comSource: Danny Kennedy CEO, SungevityWe need a new vocabulary
  7. 7. MarSamBeal.com1B tons of coal - every year1 ton = 1MW-hrAt 3¢/KW-hr
  8. 8. MarSamBeal.com100,000 trains100 tons/car100 cars/train1B tons =100,000 trainseach year!
  9. 9. MarSamBeal.comThe End of Fossil Fuels?In one generation we can eliminate coalIn two generations we can eliminate oilNo one renewable can accomplish this:Solar + Wind + Biofuels + Geothermal
  10. 10. MarSamBeal.comHow close are we today?GWRenewable Energy today90% of Israeli homes have SHW(21% of energy)PV provides 5% of German’selectricityCalifornia is ~20% renewableenergy with target of 33% by2020.
  11. 11. MarSamBeal.comWhat is needed in AmericaEducationIncentives (policy) to drive learning curveRespect for clean, limitless energy
  12. 12. MarSamBeal.comMarket is growing but not uniformlyClean-tech is a global economic driverEnergy policy is chaotic - but improvingLEED (energy efficiency buildings)Net zero home constructionDemand Response, SmartGrid, HEMSummary

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