US sagt Atom-Energie „GOODBYE“ :)

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Umso älter die Mailer, umso mehr Bedenken gibt es gegenüber der Atom-Energie in USA… es wird zwar in Georgia z.B. ein neuer Mailer gebaut… doch dessen Kosten

A new solar industry report shows that the U.S. installed 1,393 MWdc in Q2 2015, bringing the market up to 2,722 MWdc in the first half of 2015. Photo credit: Flickr

“Just a few years ago EIA had forecast that renewables might provide 15 percent of the nation’s electricity by 2035,” noted Ken Bossong, executive director of the SUN DAY Campaign. “It now appears that goal could be reached within the next two years and quite possibly sooner!” (2017-2018)


Kenneth Bossong

Ken Bossong is the Executive Director of the SUN DAY Campaign. The SUN DAY Campaign is a non-profit research and educational organization founded in 1993 to promote sustainable energy technologies as cost-effective alternatives to nuclear power and fossil fuels.

No new capacity for nuclear, coal, gas or oil was reported

In the first 2016 issue of its monthly Energy Infrastructure Update report, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) notes that five new “units” of wind (468 megawatts) and six new units of solar (145 megawatts) accounted for 100 percent of new electrical generation brought into service in January. No new capacity for nuclear, coal, gas or oil was reported.