Breaking the Energy Deadlock-New Technologies for a Secure and Sustainable Energy Economy

moderator: Charles C. Mann
author: Firoz Rasul, Ballard Power Systems
author: Steve Gehl, Electric Power Research Institute, Inc.
author: Ashok Belani, Schlumberger Semiconductor Solutions
author: Michael Koss, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
published: March 4, 2013,   recorded: May 2002,   views: 2266

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Decades of controversy over access, environmental impact, and economic costs have created an energy landscape characterized by glacial change punctuated by periodic domestic and international crises. Can new technologies-from fuel cells to wind turbines, improved oil and gas discovery and production methods, and intelligent power grids, buildings and transportation systems-break the impasse and lead to a reliable, low-cost and environmentally responsible energy future?

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