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 {{ http://​www.edwardaverill.com/​Downloads/​TransitionTo100PercentWindWaterAndSolar.mp4?​nolink&​600 |}} {{ http://​www.edwardaverill.com/​Downloads/​TransitionTo100PercentWindWaterAndSolar.mp4?​nolink&​600 |}}
  
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 +[[https://​cleantechnica.com/​2018/​08/​24/​research-shows-that-a-low-carbon-future-will-be-a-renewable-future/​ |August 24th, 2018 - clean Tehnica - Research Shows That A Low-Carbon Future Will Be A Renewable Future ]]
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 +There are multiple academic approaches to the inevitable transformation to a 100% renewable future. They overlap and provide strong support for thesis that electrical generation, and by extension all primary energy needs, will be met by a combination of renewables. The four this article will cover briefly are **the work of Dr. Jacobson of Stanford**, the IPCC perspective,​ Dr. Mark Diesendorf’s work from Australia, and finally a gloss on the current state of large-scale grid integration and transmission.
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