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  • 1. The CAN DO team

2. 3. 4. Carbon Budget 2010-2050 5. Al Gore calls for 100% clean electricity and independence from foreign oil within ten years a political promise to do something 40 years from now is universally ignored because everyone knows that it's meaningless. Ten years is about the maximum time that we as a nation can hold a steady aim and hit our target. 6. Mark Jacobson: Shifting the world to 100% clean, renewable energy by 2030 The cost of generating and transmitting power would be less than the projected cost per kilowatt-hour for fossil-fuel and nuclear power. 3.8 million large wind turbines, 90,000 solar plants, and numerous geothermal, tidal and rooftop photovoltaic installations worldwide. 7. Key technology concentrating solar thermal power 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Solar Two 1996 - 1999 Run by the U.S. DoE,Sandia National Laboratories,Lockheed Martin, Bechtel, Boeing 10MW turbinemolten salt storage 13. 50MW Spain 100MW Nevada 150MW California 14. Baseload Solar Thermal Power Andasol 1,2, Extresol 1, SAMCA 1, Spain, operating now, 7.5 hours energy storage Torresol Gemasolar Spain, on line 2011, 15 hours energy storage 24 hour Dispatchable Power 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Whats happening in Spain? Access to the grid request of STE projectsby Oct 200915.561 MW 22. 23. 24. 25. Electricity and Energy Demand 26. Buildings -efficiency, heat pumps & solar 27. Electrifying vehicle fleet:5:1 efficiency gainbiofuels for minimal 5% non-electrification Modal shift:Shift to freight rail. Electric trains and trams, 50% of urban passenger-kilometres, 25% of non-urban by public transport Electrifying transport 28. Nissan PatrolCapacity 5 17 litres per 100km How Easy is Energy Efficiency in Transport? Siemens Combino tram Capacity 190 16 litres per 100km (Oil Energy Equiv) The Nissan Patrol uses more energy to move 5 people around the city than a Siemens tram uses to move 190 people 29.

  • To supply 60% of Australias energy
  • Each tower module generates217 MWe
  • Ability tostore energyand dispatch as needed, day or night, enough for 17 hrs at full output
  • One site orSolar Regionwill be made up of 19 modules and will have a capacity of3,500 MW
  • Proposed 12 sites distributed across Australia

ZCA2020 Solar Thermal Power217 MW Module 3500 MW Solar Region 30. ZCA2020 Wind Power

  • To Supply 40% of Australias energy
  • 6,400 Enercon E-126 turbines, each7.5 MW
  • Low-cost, technologically mature, first dispatch
  • OneWind Regionwill be either 2,000 MW (270 turbines) or 3,000 MW ( 400 turbines), distributed among smaller wind farms
  • Proposed 23 geographically diverse regions across Australia

31. 32. The review finds that the transmission scenario proposed is technically feasible in terms of capacity and reliability.In addition, the proposed transmission uses mature technology with proven capability around the world. SKM Review of ZCA2020 transmission The National Grid ZCA2020 National Grid 33. Australia's renewable energy grid: 2020 Australias Renewable Energy Grid 2020 34. 35. Getting the job done in as fast as 10 years Manufacturing Construction 36. CST Scaleup 600,000 Heliostats/yr 30 concrete towers 37. Enercon Viana Do Costelo Wind Turbine blade and tower factories Portugal 250 towers per year600 Blades400 Jobs 38. Labour Requirements 39. Achievability: Jobs In Context 40. Resource Requirements 41. Solar Thermal Cost Reduction Trajectory 42. Safe Climate - a Bargainat 3% of GDP 43. Cost tosociety all energy 44. 1 mirror OR 20 tons of coal OUR CHOICE for the next 30 years 45. Support BZE Support Our Research- Pro bono research - Tax deductible donations - Public communications plan More information at www.beyondzeroemissions.org