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Dale gave an example: Using the criterion of Pimentel and Patzek, he said, the "net energy" of electricity produced from coal is minus 235 percent, because it takes three calories of coal to produce one calorie of electricity.
Should the overall process of generating, concentrating, storing, transporting, and using vast quantities of renewable electric energy produce no net energy gain, then renewable electric energy cannot drive the modern, global, high-tech, urban, profligate, consumer economy.
Two research groups at Texas A&M University at College Station reported measuring modest net energy gains in their Pons-Fleischmann-type experiment.
This includes Net Energy Optimizer (NEO[R]), which uses basic information about a design project to build standard DOE-2 energy models so design and construction teams can quickly and easily compare hundreds of options to understand how different design decisions impact energy efficiency and costs.
'In line with the government's aim to provide sustainable solar energy, we have been creating jobs in the industry," she told reporters after attending the launch of 'Malaysia's Largest Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Project' under the net energy metering (NEM) scheme by Goodyear Malaysia Bhd (Goodyear).
is expanding its role as a net energy exporter, and will likely be a net oil exporter by 2020 as well, given rapid growth in pipeline infrastructure and export facilities around the Gulf coast.
Thus, energy security in the Philippines becomes increasingly vulnerable as net energy imports grow by more than twice.
Bee'ah also said that the office will be fully powered by renewable energy and optimised for the sustainable use of resources to have zero net energy consumption.
The US has been a net energy importer since 1953, but the continued growth in petroleum and natural gas production means the country will be a net energy exporter by 2020, according to the US' Energy Information Administration (EIA).
position as a net energy exporter would remain from 2020 through 2050 as a result of large increases in crude oil, natural gas and NGPL production coupled with slow growth in U.S.
I suspect that either non-hydrogen approach will be more cost effective, with lower net energy use and overall CO2 emissions.