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The price of solar power has been rapidly decling over the past several decades (~ 7%/year decline in US$/watt or a cost halving every 10 years ). This drop , combined with peristently high oil prices is producing some interesting … Continue reading
It is too early for a resilience analysis of Japan’s cascading disaster, but here are some links. First on the fast variables, and then on the slow. 1) International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is posting their continuously updated report on … Continue reading
A new paper in Transport Reviews by Adam Millard-Ball and Lee Schipper asks Are We Reaching Peak Travel? Trends in Passenger Transport in Eight Industrialized Countries. Ball and Schipper looked at data from 1970-2008 in the United States, Canada, Sweden, … Continue reading
From the UK’s Department of Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform It is based on statistics taken from the Digest of United Kingdom Energy Statistics 2008, Table 1.1 – Energy Balance 2007. The flow chart is a simplification of these figures, … Continue reading