Friday, January 16, 2009

Seven Alternative Technologies (New Scientist)

The study, carried out by Mark Jacobson of the atmosphere and energy programme at Stanford University, found wind power to be by far the most desirable source of energy. Biofuels from corn and plant waste came right at the bottom of the list, along with nuclear power and "clean" coal.
The article is published in Energy & Environmental Science
"Review of solutions to global warming, air pollution, and energy security."

Watch a video of Jacobson discussing his findings.

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