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welcome to the [r]evolution
welcome to the [r]evolution
imagine
imagine
welcome to the [r]evolution
welcome to the [r]evolution
welcome to the [r]evolution
welcome to the [r]evolution
energy
energy
solution
solution
peace
peace
freedom
freedom
local energy control
local energy control
the energy [r]evolution
the energy [r]evolution
with no [r]evolution
with no [r]evolution
The stone age did not end for lack of stone, and the oil age will end
The stone age did not end for lack of stone, and the oil age will end
5 e[r] principles
5 e[r] principles
10 world regions
10 world regions
the energy [r]evolution
the energy [r]evolution
how stuff works
how stuff works
3 smart stages
3 smart stages
stage 1: efficiency
stage 1: efficiency
stage 1: efficiency Power  appliances and lights
stage 1: efficiency Power appliances and lights
stage 1: efficiency Heating & cooling  building standards, energy
stage 1: efficiency Heating & cooling building standards, energy
stage 1: efficiency Transport  vehicle standards, electrification,
stage 1: efficiency Transport vehicle standards, electrification,
efficiency [r]evolution
efficiency [r]evolution
stage 2: renewable energy
stage 2: renewable energy
wind
wind
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welcome to the [r]evolution
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welcome to the [r]evolution
welcome to the [r]evolution
welcome to the [r]evolution
PV = solar photovoltaic
PV = solar photovoltaic
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CSP = concentrating solar power
CSP = concentrating solar power
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welcome to the [r]evolution
CSP = concentrating solar power
CSP = concentrating solar power
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geothermal power
geothermal power
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welcome to the [r]evolution
welcome to the [r]evolution
CHP = combined heat and power
CHP = combined heat and power
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at the cutting edge
at the cutting edge
stage 3: the smart grid
stage 3: the smart grid
stage 3: the smart grid
stage 3: the smart grid
Its already started
Its already started
2009 in Europe
2009 in Europe
2009 in Europe
2009 in Europe
world leaders
world leaders
gaining momentum
gaining momentum
employment today
employment today
towards 2050
towards 2050
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welcome to the [r]evolution
employment in 2030
employment in 2030
fuel costs are lower
fuel costs are lower
global CO2 emissions
global CO2 emissions
energy equity
energy equity
market volume
market volume
what we have to do now
what we have to do now
our governments need to:
our governments need to:
welcome to the [r]evolution
welcome to the [r]evolution
what you can do at home
what you can do at home
what you can do at work
what you can do at work
community action
community action
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1 welcome to the [r]evolution

welcome to the [r]evolution

2 imagine

imagine

3 welcome to the [r]evolution
4 welcome to the [r]evolution
5 energy

energy

access.

equity.

6 solution

solution

a climate

7 peace

peace

8 freedom

freedom

9 local energy control

local energy control

10 the energy [r]evolution

the energy [r]evolution

11 with no [r]evolution

with no [r]evolution

Reference Scenario - world primary energy demand

Renewable Energy

Oil

Natural Gas

Coal

Nuclear

PJ/a

Source: World Energy Outlook (WEO) IEA 2009 until 2030 / DLR for 2040 and 2050

12 The stone age did not end for lack of stone, and the oil age will end

The stone age did not end for lack of stone, and the oil age will end

long before the world runs out of oil. Sheikh Zaki Yamani, Former Saudi Arabian Oil Minister

13 5 e[r] principles

5 e[r] principles

Ensure fair energy access for all

Respect natural limits - resources, emissions

Phase out dirty, unsustainable fuels

Use proven renewable solutions & decentralise

Increase human wellbeing without fossil fuels

14 10 world regions

10 world regions

transition economies

china

other/developing asia

oecd pacific

africa

oecd europe

north america

middle east

india

latin america

15 the energy [r]evolution

the energy [r]evolution

Advanced Energy [R]evolution Scenario 2010 primary energy demand

Efficiency compared to BAU

Ocean Energy

Geothermal

Solar Thermal

Biomass

Wind

Hydro

Natural Gas

Oil

Coal

Nuclear

Source: Energy [R]evolution Fig 6.11, p.72

16 how stuff works

how stuff works

17 3 smart stages

3 smart stages

2050

Stage 1: Efficiency In electricity, heat, building, and transport

Stage 3: Integration Smart grids 24/7 renewables

Stage 2: Renewables De-centralised and large-scale systems

18 stage 1: efficiency

stage 1: efficiency

19 stage 1: efficiency Power  appliances and lights

stage 1: efficiency Power appliances and lights

20 stage 1: efficiency Heating & cooling  building standards, energy

stage 1: efficiency Heating & cooling building standards, energy

plus homes

21 stage 1: efficiency Transport  vehicle standards, electrification,

stage 1: efficiency Transport vehicle standards, electrification,

culture

22 efficiency [r]evolution

efficiency [r]evolution

Reference Scenario

E[R]

The energy [r]evolution scenario by sector

Efficiency compared to BAU

Efficiency

Other Sectors

Industry

Transport

Source: Energy [R]evolution, p66. Greenpeace International / EREC / DLR 2010

23 stage 2: renewable energy

stage 2: renewable energy

Centralised

Decentralised

24 wind

wind

Shaft

Generator

Gear Box

Transformer

Image: Greenpeace

25 welcome to the [r]evolution
26 welcome to the [r]evolution
27 welcome to the [r]evolution
28 PV = solar photovoltaic

PV = solar photovoltaic

Light (photons)

Front Contact Grid

Anti-Reflection Coating

N-Type Semiconductor

Boarder Layout

P-Type Semiconductor

Backcontact

Image: Greenpeace

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30 welcome to the [r]evolution
31 welcome to the [r]evolution
32 welcome to the [r]evolution
33 CSP = concentrating solar power

CSP = concentrating solar power

Receiver

Tower

Hot salt storage

Steam Generator

Cold salt storage

Turbine Generator

Cold salt storage

Image/ Source: Greenpeace International / ESTIA

34 welcome to the [r]evolution
35 CSP = concentrating solar power

CSP = concentrating solar power

Steam

Steam Turbine

Solar Field

Generator

Substation

Grid

Air-cooled Condenser

Feed Water

Source: Greenpeace International / ESTIA

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37 welcome to the [r]evolution
38 geothermal power

geothermal power

Binary Geothermal Power Plant

Heat Exchanger

Insulating Sedimentary Rocks

Granite

Image: Greenpeace International

39 welcome to the [r]evolution
40 welcome to the [r]evolution
41 CHP = combined heat and power

CHP = combined heat and power

Exhaust 10-15%

Electricity 10-25%

Heat >70%

Input: 100%

transition economies

Image: Greenpeace International

42 welcome to the [r]evolution
43 welcome to the [r]evolution
44 at the cutting edge

at the cutting edge

When Solar Impulse took off it was another era. We land in a new era, having proof that with renewable energy we can do impossible things. Dr Bertrand Piccard, SolarImpulse

45 stage 3: the smart grid

stage 3: the smart grid

46 stage 3: the smart grid

stage 3: the smart grid

Houses with Solar Panels

Offices with Solar Panels

Isolated Microgrid

Central Power Plant

Wind Farm

Industrial Plant

47 Its already started

Its already started

48 2009 in Europe

2009 in Europe

Newly installed electric capacity

Source: REN21 2010

49 2009 in Europe

2009 in Europe

Newly installed and retired electric capacity

Source: REN21 2010

50 world leaders

world leaders

Top-5 countries current renewable electricity generation capacity

Source: REN21 2010

51 gaining momentum

gaining momentum

Annual Global Investment New Renewable Energy Capacity

Billion $

Source: REN21 2010 / Greenpeace International

52 employment today

employment today

Industry

Jobs (Global)

Key countries

> 3,000,000

Biofuels

> 1,500,000

Brazil

Wind power

> 500,000

Germany, USA, Spain

Solar PV power

> 300,000

Germany, Spain

Solar hot water

> 300,000

China

Biomass power

> 181,000

Germany, USA

Hydropower (small)

> 35,000

Europe

Geothermal

> 18,000

Germany, USA

CSP

~ 2,000

Spain, USA

Source: REN21 2010

53 towards 2050

towards 2050

54 welcome to the [r]evolution
55 employment in 2030

employment in 2030

Without E[R]

E[R]

Conventional Power Plants

Renewables

Source: Energy [R]evolution, p69-70

56 fuel costs are lower

fuel costs are lower

Cost to consumers Whole-economy fuel costs

Efficiency Measures

Reference - without the [r]evolution

Energy [R]evolution

Source: Reference scenario based on IEA WEO 2009 - High price projection / Energy [R[evolution by Greenpeace International / EREC / DLR

57 global CO2 emissions

global CO2 emissions

95% cut of CO2 emissions from energy

Savings compared to BAU

Other Sectors

Industry

Transport

Public Electricity & CHP

Source: Energy [R]evolution, 6.12

58 energy equity

energy equity

per-capita emissions

Source: Energy [R]evolution

59 market volume

market volume

Over US$600 billion annually

relative size and shares of energy investment markets

reference scenario 2007 - 2030

energy [r]evolution scenario 2007 - 2030

= $11.2 trillion

= $17.9 trillion

Fossil

Nuclear Power

Renewables

CHP

Fossil

CHP

Renewables

60 what we have to do now

what we have to do now

61 our governments need to:

our governments need to:

Phase out all fossil and nuclear subsidies

Put an effective price on carbon

Support efficiency mandatory standards & pay as you save programs.

Set targets for renewable energy and combined heat and power generation

Dont stop the windmills! Guarantee priority grid access for renewables

Stabilise returns for investors e.g. Feed-in Tariffs

Increase research and development budgets

62 welcome to the [r]evolution
63 what you can do at home

what you can do at home

Be the change efficiency & green energy

Learn about energy issues and solutions - read or find a local group

They work for you! Call, write or meet with your government representatives

Crew Greenpeaces energy [r]evolution ship www.greenpeace.org/er-ship

Download the energy [r]evolution iPhone app

Donate

64 what you can do at work

what you can do at work

Career choices study for sustainability, green jobs training

Efficiency ask for an energy audit of the office

Encourage your employer/school to go renewable

Your union - green jobs, just transitions

Not sure? Google it! Sustainable

Present this slideshow to your colleagues

65 community action

community action

Events: Faith Sports Youth Arts Councils

Citizen action join a climate action group to promote renewable energy policy and practice

Citizen action resisting coal, oil & nuclear

Education use this presentation

Communicate - talk with friends & family, contribute to the public debate

Celebrate progress!

66 For a full copy of the report and to join the energy [r]evolution, go

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