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In today’s world, energy is the most important resource to ensuring the stability and security of future generations. Essentially, energy is the ability of a system to work on other physical systems, growing food, driving to work, mowing the lawn, and powering a light all require energy.
Energy plays an all-important role in today’s society, so much that many cannot imagine a life in which they could not access the internet, commute 60 miles a day, operate any device, avoid any obstacle, or grow any food due to the lack of energy.
However recent economic and social events have showed that energy is one of the first effected resources during financial, political, or social unrest, typically as a result of the interest of controlling or subduing the public, or profiting during times of financial hardships.
Outages and power quality issues cost US businesses more than $100 billion on average each year. It is asserted that assuring more stable power provided by smart grid technologies will reduce downtime and prevent such high losses
There is marketing evidence of consumer demand for greater choice. A survey conducted in the summer of 2007 interviewed almost 100 utility executives and sought the opinions of 1,900 households and small businesses from the U.S., Germany, Netherlands, England, Japan and Australia.
Among the findings:
- 83% of those who cannot yet choose their utility provider would welcome that option
- Roughly two-thirds of the customers that do not yet have renewable power options would like the choice
- Almost two-thirds are interested in operating their own generation, provided they can sell power back to the utility.
You can expect advocates to dominate discussions – ‘honest brokers’ are few & far between
As a result: Policy discussions in energy/climate are often only weakly coupled to quantitative analyses, and ‘facts’ tend to be elusive
The organization’s stance on nuclear power is primarily related to the rapidly escalating costs of maintenance and construction, which shows no sign of tempering. For all practical purposes, nuclear power’s economic gains are privatized, while its risks are socialized, making it an inferior selection to other renewable energy alternatives. Additionally, the expansion of research and development in alternative energy technologies is severely limited by the role nuclear energy plays in the global energy market.
Current limitations and difficulties will likely only grow more apparent for alternative energy producers at the current rate, due to the pending global spent fuel crisis, which will require extensive legislation to allow even less controlled temporary storage, or a massive costly permanent waste storage facility, estimates of these types of permanent storage facilities easily exceed
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