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100% renewable energy

100% renewable energy refers to an energy system where all energy use is sourced from renewable energy sources. The endeavor to use 100% renewable energy for electricity, heating/cooling and transport is motivated by global warming, pollution and other environmental issues, as well as economic and energy security concerns. Shifting the total global primary energy supply to renewable sources requires a transition of the energy system, since most of todays energy is derived from non-renewable fossil fuels. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change there are few fundamental t ...

                                               

2000-watt society

The 2000-watt society is an environmental vision, first introduced in 1998 by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, which pictures the average First World citizen reducing their overall average primary energy usage to no more than 2.000 watts by the year 2050, without lowering their standard of living. The concept addresses not only personal or household energy use, but the total for the whole society, including embodied energy, divided by the population. Two thousand watts is approximately the current world average rate of total primary energy use. This compares to averages ...

                                               

2007 Russia–Belarus energy dispute

The Russia–Belarus energy dispute began when Russian state-owned gas supplier Gazprom demanded an increase in gas prices paid by Belarus, a country which has been closely allied with Moscow and forms a loose union state with Russia. It escalated on 8 January 2007, when the Russian state-owned pipeline company Transneft stopped pumping oil into the Druzhba pipeline which runs through Belarus because Belarus was siphoning the oil off the pipe without mutual agreement. On 10 January, Transneft resumed oil exports through the pipeline after Belarus ended the tariff that sparked the shutdown, d ...

                                               

Acheson–Lilienthal Report

The Report on the International Control of Atomic Energy was written by a committee chaired by Dean Acheson and David Lilienthal in 1946 and is generally known as the Acheson–Lilienthal Report or Plan. The report was an important American document that appeared just before the start of the early Cold War. It proposed the international control of nuclear weapons and the avoidance of future nuclear warfare. As American distrust of Stalin grew, the Report was simply ignored. A version was vetoed by the USSR at the UN.

                                               

Alberta electricity policy

In 1996, Alberta began to restructure its electricity market away from traditional cost-of-service regulation to a market-based system. The market now includes a host of buyers and sellers, and an increasingly diverse infrastructure. Consumers range from residential buyers to huge industrial consumers mining the oil sands, operating pipelines and milling forest products. On the supply side, generators range from wind farms east of Crowsnest Pass to huge coal-fired plants near Edmonton. The diversity of Albertas electricity supply has increased substantially. To a large extent because of de ...

                                               

Alberta Royalty Review

The 2007 Alberta Royalty Review was an independent panel, chaired by William M. Hunter, established by the government of Alberta to review the level of resource royalties collected by the provincial government from petroleum and natural gas companies. In their final report entitled "Our Fair Share" released on September 18, 2007 the panel concluded that Albertans, who own their natural resources, were not receiving their "fair share" from energy development. Royalty rates and formulas had "not kept pace with changes in the resource base and world energy markets." As a result of the review ...

                                     

ⓘ Energy policy

  • The Energy Policy Act of 2005 Pub.L. 109 58 is a bill passed by the United States Congress on July 29, 2005, and signed into law by President George
  • abundant and diverse resources. The energy and climate policies in Canada are interrelated. These energy and climate policies are implemented at both the federal
  • China s petrol subsidy policy Archived June 12, 2011, at the Wayback Machine IEA Key energy statistics 2010 and IEA Key World Energy Statistics 2011 October
  • The Energy Policy and Conservation Act of 1975 EPCA Pub.L. 94 163, 89 Stat. 871, enacted December 22, 1975 is a United States Act of Congress that
  • Energy policy in Scotland is a matter that has been specifically reserved to the UK parliament under the terms of the Scotland Act 1998 that created the
  • The energy policy of Malaysia is determined by the Malaysian Government, which address issues of energy production, distribution, and consumption. The
  • Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy BICEP is a coalition of businesses coordinated by Ceres whose primary goal is to call on the U.S.
  • The renewable energy policy of Bangladesh is a set of policies and programs set by the Government of Bangladesh to reach national goals in the field of
  • functions was required by 2003 but still not enforced. Venezuela s new energy policy implemented by President Chavez in 2005 includes six major projects:
  • Energy Policy Act may refer to U.S. Federal: Energy Policy Act of 1992 Energy Policy Act of 2005 Federal Power Act Internal Revenue Service and Federal
  • The White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy was a new government entity in the United States created in 2008 by President Barack Obama by

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