Distributed Solar: The Democratizaton of Energy
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Note this special “Updated Post-Election Edition” of this excellent book was not updated with 45‘s ascendency, but, rather, that of President Barack Obama. Published by Penguin-Random-House, it is one of the favorite things I’ve read, and I don’t often read … Continue reading
See CarbonBrief for more details and other states.
Not a recommendation, but a sketch of what’s possible. And it’s also a sketch of how much The Commons provides.
Love your home. The H-field is measured in amperes per metre (A/m) in SI units, and in oersteds (Oe) in cgs units. From Wikipedia. Ørsted.
This is an assortment of bits and pieces I’ve wanted to blog about, but, given the ever increasing Pile of Matter Important sitting over there in the corner, I probably won’t. Maybe I’ll come back to them. I have left … Continue reading
An explanation by Dr Jørgen Peder Steffensen, a down-to-earth one, about climate bifurcations. He’s hardly the only scientist that has warned about this. Dr Wally Broecker famously said: The climate system is an angry beast and we are poking it … Continue reading
And that does not include any governmental incentive payments from utilities. These were:
The post. The Project. The Place. The Conference. The Funders. Thanks to everyone, especially to The Team, to Professor Baez, to the Funders, and to University of California, Riverside. I don’t identify the Team because some don’t want to receive … Continue reading