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Energy Supply Workspace 2016

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CoLab members create proposals

May 24, 2016 05:00 EDT - Aug 12, 2021 11:00 EDT
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Aug 12, 2021 11:00 EDT
How can greenhouse gas emissions from electricity generation be reduced?

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12 Proposals
I am an environmental technician. We currently draw energy from wind and water turbines. Our atmosphere is a source of energy.
Basic science, medicine, and nanotechnology research to adapt to climate change including development of nanobiosolar panels.
Electrical appliances have features advanced and they are multi-processormobile)that we do not need them any time.we can use simple mode.
Efficiency forms a large part of climate change solutions. But we use up free resources, leading to Jevons' Paradox. Can this be overcome?
Autonomous device using waste heat for energy harvesting ( Thermoelectricity effect )
Save women and children from smoke and indoor pollution caused by cooking with firewood and charcoal? rescue environment v/s climate change
Design stairways to produce and save energy.
30% ROI by attaching solar panels to electric polls because direct current, less labour, existing infrustrutour, better angels.
Raise an additional $20 billion to support clean energy generation and export in Ethiopia
Combine modern refrigerants with steam engine to use geothermal energy at any part of Earth.
Instead of compressing CO2 and storing it underground, CO2 can be compressed into Supercritical form and recycled for power generation.