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The grand challenge of the energy transition

Frontiers in Energy Research, vol.1 art.2, 29/08/2013


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Resource IDbardi2013
Resource titleThe grand challenge of the energy transition
Author(s)Ugo Bardi
Publication/ sourceFrontiers in Energy Research, vol.1 art.2
Date published29/08/2013
Summary text/ abstractEnergy is the key factor that drives the economy. Without abundant energy coming from sources other than human and animal muscles, the society as we know it would be unthinkable. Energy is needed to power all kinds of machinery, but also for the vital task of supplying the industrial system with the mineral commodities that make it function. Energy is also fundamental for the food production system which can sustain billions of people only because it makes large use of energy coming from outside agricultural sources.
Library categoriesEconomics, Energy, 'Limits to Growth', Simplicity
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