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Amory Lovins: A 40-year plan for energy
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10 March 2019, 18:24
y r they siitting like toddlers at the front
27 September 2018, 07:36
Solar/wind/hydro now 40% of the grid. Coal down to 30% and falling. Total solar installed per year has doubled every 2.1 years...for 2 decades. Business innovation now has solar flying onto commercial with no money down and a simple splitting of the cost savings. Solar is going huge and it;s happening right now. look around you.
7 August 2018, 03:18
So no one should just go for a drive or a road trip and should be punished for individualism. No thanks.
23 July 2018, 20:52
All Lies and Corporate Scientism. Hydrogen, Methane Fuels are the only possible NATURALLY SAFE way. Would you really replace the current systems with RareEarth Minerals, their Pollution and their Industrys ? Seems to me... forethought gives lessons without investments of Equity. How many Batteries will Earthlings need in 2100 ?
28 April 2018, 11:58
Excluding nuclear from the future is the dumbest and worst for the environment.
25 April 2018, 05:41
Hey cockheads- I got a 6 month plan.
7 April 2018, 16:13
Would like to help with your technology in India
7 February 2018, 15:15
I can't take people who use apple products seriously, and cars are not exactly relevant.
31 January 2018, 09:11
22:40 - 23:00 that is a huge point that seems generally unrecognized by the public. PUC and Utility Monopolies are rewarded NOT to reduce people's rates NOR to develop renewable sources in most places. Rather, they are guaranteed a profit each year and have incentive to reward big projects for new power plants to their contracting buddies.
18 January 2018, 03:36
Did he say millions of square kilometers of solar? If not, then we need tens of thousands of molten salt reactors.Why, because the world will need about 4× the energy it consumes today. Everyone will charge their e cars at night. Lots will vacation in Earth orbit, and block chain will increasingly require more energy, therefore, whatever clean energy we transition fossil fuels from, it had better be cheap, reliable and most importantly, offer greater potential than fossil fuels 😎
11 January 2018, 00:40
Not a philosophical discussion on integrated design, so I understand the negative comments. However, as an aspiring mechanical engineer, I encourage you watch his presentation to its completion, writing down anything you don’t understand to fully absorb the information.
2 January 2018, 08:50
zero oil, zero coal, zero nuclear and 1 third less natural gas. My conclution is Mr. Lovin is a crackpot. Please check out. www.roadmaptonowhere.com and down their paper
21 November 2017, 11:41
i think you made a little mistake because i can not figure out what is clean coal i don't think their is such a thing coal is dirty and will always be dirty ............
17 October 2017, 12:46
The BIG problem is getting rid of the dinosaurs still alive
16 July 2017, 08:15
We could have already eliminated oil usage. I bet this guy works for some oil company.
3 May 2017, 13:03
Boring people talking about climate problems, make the uneducated even less likely to listen to it... thumbs down.This is a serious problem!!!!
24 April 2017, 16:35
Amory Lovins first published his analysis of nuclear power in Foreign Affairs in 1975. He was wrong then and remains so forty plus years later. He is also to blame for so much of the nonsense that has prevented the US from even beginning to solve global warming. He sounds and is intelligent, but does he really understand how electricity is used in the US economy? We must stop/greatly reduce using fossil fuels, but we're still going to need massive quantities of electricity-- way, way more than can be produced by wind, solar, or conservation.
20 March 2017, 22:09
Warning: Republicans below. Take caution.
19 December 2016, 20:35
He said no government programs, yet by 6:50 he's praising feebates. I stopped watching there because if this guy can't prevent himself from lying over the course of 7 minutes, nothing he has to say in the remaining 20 minutes is worth listening to.
27 November 2016, 06:32
barely plausible, and highly unlikely. almost sounds like a politians speech.
5 November 2016, 06:31
I approve of this message :)
27 August 2016, 23:24
8:25 I see a new episode of My Strange Addiction coming soon
6 January 2016, 01:19
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1 December 2015, 19:47
That comment at 12:10 about oil reaching a peak in demand rather than supply is total rubbish, oil demand will continue to rise because our population is growing, not to mention the fact that developing countries like china are using up more and more of the fossil fuel to maintain their economic growth. They have a right to want to be richer, but if we all lived like Americans we would need 6 times more oil, sounds depressing but it is the simple truth. Not saying all of this TED presentation is bullshit but Amory needs to get his facts right.
29 August 2015, 19:32
Compared to what we're actually doing, this is incredibly optimistic ... makes me wish I knew who to kick to get these plans going into motion ...
13 August 2015, 22:14
Somebody knows what is the character font that is used in his presentation?!
30 April 2015, 09:24
Thanks for sharing! -- And for your work.The naysayers on this thread remind me that cynicism is an easy rationale for inaction. Much of what we call "apathy" is really a state of despair at the lack of leadership and hopeful paths forward. Lovins' vision is promising. Is he promising too much? -- Or just challenging us to pull our heads out of this tar pit and realize we actually do have choices and don't have to just sit here and go extinct? Why not be part of the solution and lend a hand? What exactly is there to lose? If the theory's not perfect, what are you doing to improve on it?I think we owe it to future generations do our best to see what's possible. It's time to lead, follow or get out of the way!
3 April 2015, 07:41
Actually the downtime for nuclear and coal is typically planned for purposes of maintenance and refueling. That is completely different than wind and solar that turn on and off randomly on their own... How can such an educated man get basic facts so wrong?!?!?
14 November 2014, 18:35
It would be nice to have a now simplified presentation with links to implementation for average citizens.
Gandalf the White
25 October 2014, 03:12
"The new fire is flameless."
7 October 2014, 20:22
I love this idea but now think what it would coust to a constry to do this chances in terms of money and mind changing.While changing not after
7 October 2014, 17:00
There is a fundamental flaw in Lovins theory of saving energy, Saving energy is like saving money: everytime you invent a new way of saving money or energy you come up with 10 new things to use it on and has been the case over and over again.
5 September 2014, 19:44
just not gonna happen though is it
1 September 2014, 01:06
A big thumbs down! This talk is an outrage, loaded with misleading information, false assumptions and general gibberish. I liked the first 3 minutes but when he said we wouldn't need nuclear energy I knew there was a problem with his thinking. He's your typical efficiency pipe dream preacher. His charts at 10:30 can only lower today's oil usage, not eliminate all the increased usage predicted by 2050. "We can allow smart and lucrative growth models that help people already be near where they want to be so they don't need to go somewhere else." What does that even mean???He said in 40 years we could be using no oil without saying how we could eliminate oil. Wal-Mart didn't use electric trucks and I doubt they could for another 2 decades. I think he's vastly overestimating the potential of bio fuels (ignoring large land mass required), he also said we could use natural gas for vehicles but that's still a CO2-emitting fossil fuel! "World oil use could peak around 2016." I highly doubt that. Do you know how many more people in developing countries are getting cars? Cheap cars, not hybrids or electric vehicles! I agree that electric vehicles are a great advancement and will be a big player in the clean energy economy.He said energy production will be a disruption but only suggests renewables like solar. Solar is NOT a disruption, it's barely a drop in the bucket, and oil companies know it. That's why they have no problem promoting solar (for good PR) but they bash nuclear because it's the only threat to their business. He said energy use in the U.S. could decline due to advances in efficiency but I highly doubt that considering that advances have been made continually throughout history yet consumption has continued to rise. Painting an optimistic brush over the U.S. landscape is also ignoring the bigger picture, the rest of the world particularly developing nations and China which are accelerating energy use in their own industrial revolutions.He said renewable capacity surpassed nuclear in 2010, but the keyword is capacity which is not the same as output. Greens love to quote big "capacity" numbers for solar and wind farms but they don't quote real world output which is significantly less for wind and solar. Solar PV has a capacity factor of 10-20% in the desert, concentrated solar about 30%, and wind is 20-40% (U.S. figures from Wikipedia). Compare that to U.S. nuclear capacity factor - which is 90%. When a 1 GW nuclear power plant is constructed, it actually produces close to 1 GW (about 900 MW) and actually puts it into the grid. Wind and solar are only working 1/5 of the time. I'll take 11% downtime over 90% downtime any day. Nuclear power plants very rarely shut down "without warning," they are shut down once every couple of years to examine and redistribute the fuel pellets.The grid should be converted to a "smart grid" over time, but 6 trillion dollars of investment can hardly be labeled "business as usual." We don't have time to overhaul our energy grid before implementing massive clean energy solutions, we need to implement them now. We need advanced nuclear reactors to bridge the gap to 2050 and beyond. The speaker concluded with typical green's idealistic gibberish not rooted in reality: "We humans are inventing a new fire, not dug from below, but flowing from above... not local, but everywhere... not costly, but free." Let me explain reality to you mister speaker. EVERYTHING has cost. Your beautiful mystical solar energy causes skin cancer and burns my skin any time I'm outside for too long. Capturing solar energy requires a lot of materials, construction, ongoing maintenance and worst of all, HUGE land area that must be displaced from the ecosystem to generate power on a large scale. I find it tragic that a business man who is presumably rooted in science and numbers could be so far out of touch with the reality of the energy and climate issues we face today. I hope enough people will see the hype for what it is and support real, practical, large scale energy solutions with a small geographic footprint that can go where they are needed. We need Gen 4 nuclear reactors like LFTRs to do the heavy lifting. To think that renewables can do it alone is a ridiculous pipe dream!
Eur van Andel
24 August 2014, 12:05
"Quintuple efficiency airplanes" what a load of crap.
24 May 2014, 19:31
Anyone else notice that at about 2:30 he said "we can eliminate our addiction to oil and coal", then the symbols for oil, coal and nuclear disappeared?
23 March 2014, 17:58
Wow ! That's awesome. I don't think I've ever called anything a 'must see' before, but the world would probably grow in a better direction if everyone watched that. Excellent.
19 March 2014, 01:48
What is he using to present??
6 December 2013, 02:24
There are all of these great ideas from TED conferences that I don't see in my state of Missouri. (Except for Factor E Farm) Where are the people on the internet that I can make connections with, to effect positive change?A side note: I really want to call him "McLovin" for no reason.So anyways, I have watched other presentations from Mr. Lovins and it was all the exact same information. (I do understand that public speaking is a skill in itself.)
10 August 2013, 01:30
No. "Big oil" as you put it, isnt the problem at all. Awareness and education is. Oil companies dont dictate our oil needs. Society does. But you cant rely on them to change the world. The need to make money, and the easiest and cheapest way they know how to do that is with oil. As long their profit grows every year they are happy. And higher oil prices will only benefit them.. They wont digg their own grave by investing money in tech that makes them essential obsolete. Thats just bad business..
10 August 2013, 00:59
Yes, gouverments are even bigger money pits then oil companies. I totaly agree. But by your standards someone who kills just one person is actually a great asset to society. Only serial killers should be behind bars. Since they are the absolute worst. Anything else is acceptable.
10 August 2013, 00:51
Thats the only way to get the attention for more than 30 secconds. Our brainwashed society is trained to associate those words with things that are important. Thats why nobody listenes to scientists, they dont have a degree in marketing. How you convay information is far more important than the message itself..
10 August 2013, 00:39
He also is an advocate of, and has succesfully implemented in real life, optimizing power consumption of the realpower hungry corperate facilities. Just look for talks he did on integrated design. That alone will cut global energy needs in half while lowering costs for building facilities needed across society. Dont be that guy who, just because your not able to see the big picture, needs to make irational statements with no foundation to feel important. Its just sad. You should be a politician
7 August 2013, 21:27
this presentation is amazing! is that powerpoint and what's the font?
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10 June 2013, 13:25
What's with the complete disregard for wave, tidal, geothermal and LFTR? very disappointed :(
10 June 2013, 13:18
That's why we shouldn't burn them, as you said they have far more important applications and they're gonna run out ;)
30 April 2013, 04:32
That sounded like a lot of buzzwords.
Miguel De Rojas
28 April 2013, 00:51
what program is used to make that presentation? Anyone?
25 April 2013, 22:32
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