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In 1956, Geoscientist, Marion King Hubbert predicted that, for any given geographical area, from an individual oil field to the planet as a whole, the rate of petroleum production of the reserve over time would resemble a bell curve. Based on his theory, he presented a paper to the 1956 meeting of the American Petroleum Institute in San Antonio, Texas, which predicted that overall petroleum production would peak in the United States between the late 1960s and the early 1970s. While Dr. Hubbert
Jon Gensler is a proud native of southern West Virginia, a passionate warrior for the development of a clean energy economy, and co-leader of Truman's Energy Experts group. His career has spanned time as an officer in the United States Army as a tank and infantry mortar platoon leader, managing high-profile sales accounts for a global lighting controls and energy efficiency firm, and working for the Dept of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency Energy (ARPA-E). He now works as a Project Developer for Borrego Solar Systems, helping develop solar energy projects for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies.
Aside from his work on climate and national security issues, he is a tireless advocate for the ending of mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachia, and the introduction of a broader, more sustainable economy in the region.
He is a graduate of United States Military Academy at West Point, MIT's Sloan School of Management, and Harvard's JFK School of Government.
Montani Semper Liberi "Mountaineers Are Always Free."
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster consisted of a series of equipment failures, nuclear meltdowns, and releases of radioactive materials at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, following the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011. It is the largest nuclear disaster since the Chernobyl disaster of 1986. Energy expert, Thomas S. Drolet, President of Drolet and Associates Energy Services, Inc. recently visited Fukushima and was also at the site shortly after the disaster occurred to assist with the recovery process. Mr. Drolet has also been to Chernobyl and is a highly sought after speaker on the subject of nuclear energy. There is a lot to be learned from this event, especially as it pertains to Japan's history, culture and ability to create its own source of stable energy. In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Tom Drolet about the criteria leading up to Japan's decision to move forward with nuclear, the dramatic impact on the business environment as well as the social impact on its people. Mr. Drolet has worked in the energy industry and technology innovation industries for over 42 years. He brought a wealth of experience at the senior management level to the electrical utility industry at Ontario Hydro, the fourth largest electrical utility in the world (Nuclear, Coal, Natural Gas, Hydroelectric), American Electric Power (Canada) and DTE Energy. He has worked on BOD and in the oil and natural gas industries in North America and on Renewable Energies in North and South America, Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines. In the last 25 years Mr. Drolet has worked internationally in 44 countries and has spoken at over 175 major conferences on issues in energy and the effects of new technologies on the economies of the western world.
Charity Pennock and Janet Besser from New England Clean Energy were our guests today. Charity is the RhodeIsland coordinator for NewEngland Clean Energy . Janet Besser over sees New England Clean Energy Council's work . Renewable Now is educating you on the Business side of Green!!
Phyllis Cuttino is director of Pew’s Clean Energy Program, which works to accelerate the clean energy economy in order to seize its economic, national security and environmental benefits for the nation. Pew advocates for national energy policies that enhance industrial energy efficiency, expand energy research and development and deploy advanced transportation and renewable technologies. She joined the Pew Charitable Trusts in 2007 as project director for the Pew Campaign for Fuel E
We are living in the Age of Energy. The fossil fuel based economy of the present must give way to the renewable energy based economy of the future. Getting there is the grandest challenge humanity faces. Chemistry can help meet this challenge by discovering new materials that efficiently harvest solar radiation, store energy for later use, and reconvert the stored energy when needed. The Clean Energy project uses computational chemistry and the willingness of people to help look for the
200 MPG Cars
Guest Appearing on this Episode
Hour One & TWO : 8 pm - 10pm EST
Heinz Reisser CEO Niama - Reisser, LLC. http://www.niamareisser.com
Heinz Reisser has over 19 Global Patents he personally Invented and has successfully Patented. One such Patent, is an internal combustion Engine that has been Tested and achieves a Fuel Efficiency Rating of 200 mpg!
Niama-Reisser is a Globally competitive GREEN SUSTAINABLE & SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE Company that is manufacturing these 200 mpg cars in the United States, in Ohio!
Hour THREE : 10 pm - 11 pm EST
CHEAP, ABUNDANT, CLEAN, THORIUM ENERGY!
Kirk Sorensen is a founder of Flibe Energy, Inc. and currently serves as President and Chief Technical Officer.
Prior to founding Flibe Energy, he served as Chief Nuclear Technologist at Teledyne Brown Engineering.
Previous to that, Kirk worked for ten years at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.
Kirk graduated with a Masters of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology . He also graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Utah State University and is currently completing an advanced degree in Nuclear Engineering at the University of Tennessee
My guest will be Tom Glendening, the founder of Inventropolis, Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He reclaimed property once confiscated by the Third Reich (Leipzig, Germany) and turned a disused retail center into a highly successful niche trade mart (London, UK), developed an urban alternative energy powerplant prototype (Shanghai, China) and a sustainable econo
The search for clean air continues! Season 1, Episode 4 of Chasing Clean Air: Best of Mendocino with Donna Barnett is brought to you by Boardwalk Yogurt in Venice Beach, CA Clean air Mendocino County located on the Northern California coast is alive with music, the arts, and giant Redwoods! Tallest trees in the world! Up to 378 feet! Mendocino's
Join us for a guided meditation I call Centering in the Three R's. Doing this meditation daily for 15 minutes will help you keep your energy high, tuned and aligned during this exciting and action packed 2013. This Youtube by stillsoundlyawake (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=0Jyj3g8yMpQ,) provides one of the best meditative sounds I've encountered. I suggest you access this and play it in the background as we do the guided meditation. The
Chasing Clean Air: The search for clean air continues! Tune in to listen to Season 1, Episode 1 of Chasing Clean Air with Donna Barnett. Brought to you by Boardwalk Yogurt in Venice Beach, Calif. Donna reunites with elementary school friend, Audrey, who believes Donna must chase clean air in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Find out why as we explore this quaint town on the banks of the Huron River with a creative community pushing sustainability; a scant 6 miles from the world-renowned University of Mich