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Greenpeace Energy [R]evolution: USA Energy Outlook 2010

Greenpeace Energy [R]evolution: USA Energy Outlook 2010

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The Energy [R]evolution shows how by 2050 renewable energy sources could provide around 96 percent of electricity produced in the USA and 98 percent of our total heating demand, accounting for around 88 percent of our overall primary energy demand. The blueprint would create about 1.1 million jobs in the renewables sector alone by 2030. The total fuel cost savings in the scenario described could reach a total of $7.4 trillion, or $173 billion per year.
The Energy [R]evolution shows how by 2050 renewable energy sources could provide around 96 percent of electricity produced in the USA and 98 percent of our total heating demand, accounting for around 88 percent of our overall primary energy demand. The blueprint would create about 1.1 million jobs in the renewables sector alone by 2030. The total fuel cost savings in the scenario described could reach a total of $7.4 trillion, or $173 billion per year.

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Published by: Greenpeace on Jul 20, 2010
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report
2010 usa energy scenario
energy
[r]evolution
ASUSTAINABLEENERGYOUTLOOK
EUROPEAN RENEWABLEENERGY COUNCIL
 
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THE INDIGENOUS NENETS PEOPLE MOVE EVERY 3 OR 4 DAYS SO THAT THEIR REINDEER DO NOT OVER GRAZE THE GROUND AND THEY DO NOT OVER FISH THE LAKES.THE YAMAL PENINSULA IS UNDER HEAVY THREAT FROM GLOBAL WARMING AS TEMPERATURES INCREASE AND RUSSIA’S ANCIENT PERMAFROST MELTS.
 partners
Greenpeace International,European RenewableEnergy Council (EREC)date
June 2010
 project manager & lead author
Sven Teske, Greenpeace International
EREC
Arthouros Zervos,Christine Lins, Josche Muth
Greenpeace International
Sven Teske
research & co-authors
DLR,Institute of TechnicalThermodynamics, Department ofSystems Analysis and TechnologyAssessment, Stuttgart, Germany: Dr.Wolfram Krewitt (†),Dr. ThomasPregger, Dr. Sonja Simon, Dr. TobiasNaegler. DLR, Institute of Vehicle2
 
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Concepts, Stuttgart, Germany: Dr.Stephan Schmid Ecofys BV, Utrecht,The Netherlands: Wina Graus, ElianeBlomen. Greenhouse DevelopmentRights (Chapter 2.3) EcoEquity, PaulBaer, Assistant Professor, School ofPublic Policy, Georgia Institute ofTechnology, Atlanta, USA.
regional partners:
USA
WorldWatch Institute/SunnaInstitute: Janet Sawin, FreyrSverrisson; GP USA: GabrielWisniewski, Damon Moglen, Kyle Ash.
editor
Crispin Aubrey
 printing
PrimaveraQuint, theNetherlands, www.primaveraquint.nl
design & layout
one
hemisphere,Sweden, www.onehemisphere.se
contact
sven.teske@greenpeace.org,lins@erec.orgfor further information about the global, regional and national scenarios please visit the energy [r]evolution website:
www.energyblueprint.info/ 
Published by Greenpeace International and EREC. (GPI reference number JN 330). Printed on 100% post consumer recycled chlorine-free paper.
“will we look into the eyesof our children and confes
s
that we had the
opportunity,
but lacked the
courage?
that we had the
technology,
but lacked the
 vision?”
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