About Clean Energy Crisis

About Clean Energy Crisis

There are several important issues about the energy transition that need to be discussed.

  • Does the United States have ample fossil fuel reserves, sufficient to be the “energy arsenal” for the free world?
  • Can wind and solar replace fossil fuels?
  • What is the role of nuclear power?
  • Can the grid supply enough electricity to support using battery-powered vehicles and also use electricity rather than natural gas to heat America’s homes?
  • Are there sufficient supplies of raw materials to meet the demand caused by using battery-powered vehicles in place of vehicles powered by fossil fuels?
  • Where are the mines and processing centers for the materials used by batteries?
  • Is climate change sufficient reason to abandon fossil fuels?
  • Are America’s best interests being served by the energy transition?

Table 7 is of interest as it shows the amount of materials the US will require if all the cars sold in the US are BEVs.

But Table 8 is more interesting and revealing.

The energy transformation could be considered a difficult topic to unravel, but Clean Energy Crisis addresses each element of the transformation in simple language that is easily understood.

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Clean Energy Crisis

It’s my intent for this book to be an important source of information that helps Americans decide whether the energy transition is in their best interests.

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