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The graphs and charts below feature statistics on Nebraska electricitygeneration and consumption.
For Nebraska,looking at past consumption trends is one good indicator for projecting growthrates into the future. Source:Energy consumption by state is taken from the DOE Energy Information Administration State Energy Consumption, Price, and Expenditure Estimates (SEDS database). The portion of electricity consumed in the major energy consuming sectors can provide energy analysts an indication about where the greatest potential for savings lies. The fuel mix used by electric power companies to generate electricity points to the relative carbon intensity in the state electric power sector. The graphs and charts below feature statistics on Virginia electricitygeneration and consumption.
For Virginia,looking at past consumption trends is one good indicator for projecting growthrates into the future. This dataset shows Historical Electricity Net Generation for different countries or regions. World Bank, World Development Indicators,Go to World Bank database, data accessed9 May 2013. Nuclear electricity is the electricity generated by the use of the thermal energy released from the fission of nuclear fuel in a reactor. Renewable energy represents the energy resources that are naturally replenishing but flow-limited.
Conventional thermal electricity represents the electricity generated by an electric power plant using coal, petroleum, or gas as its source of energy.
Hydroelectric pumped storage represents the hydroelectricity that is generated during peak loads by using water previously pumped into an elevated storage reservoir during off-peak periods when excess generating capacity is available to do so.
Hydroelectricity represents the electricity generated by an electric power plant whose turbines are driven by falling water. Hydroelectric capacity excludes hydroelectric pumped storage capacity, where separately reported. Biomass represents the renewable energy resource constituted by the organic non-fossil material of biological origin. Decomposition of the conventional thermal energy as oil, gas and coal is calculated with the data from World Bank database.
I have recently been using your data portal to increase my understanding of world and national energy data and have learnt a lot. We’ve heard some cautious rejoicing comes from scientists and media this weekend about the world economy and energy carbon dioxide emissions finally decoupling last year.
The International Energy Agency indicated in a preliminary statement that emissions of carbon dioxide from the world’s power sector accelerated less in 2014 than the global economy (see graph). The figures were first published by The Financial Times in an interview with Chief Economist Fatih Birol, who will succeed Maria van der Hoeven as executive director of the agency.
In Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development economies, IEA says that recent efforts to promote sustainability (both higher greater energy efficiency and more use of renewables) are also decoupling energy and economics as technology costs have sunk and transportation fuel efficiency has improved. Steven Cohen, executive director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, said the globe is starting to see the benefits of energy efficiency and use of renewables, but the slowly maturing improvements there may not last if stronger actions aren’t taken. In actual fact, energy consumption has been decreasing in some developed economies since 1990. In the joint agreement with China, the US pledged “to cut net greenhouse gas emissions 26-28 percent below 2005 levels by 2025.” The US has seen energy-related CO2 emissions drop during seven of the past 23 years, according to Energy Information Administration data. Scenarios worked out by FUEL magazine suggest that world coal production will peak before 2025.
About two-thirds of the world’s CO2 emissions at this time have nothing to do with energy generation. Among recent transportation gains: increased CAFE standards, better fuel mileage, and manufacturer compliance for autos, airplanes and long-haul trucks saving fuel, more public transportation, walking, and bicycle riding.
In the other sectors, many ongoing and planned measures also affect the world’s carbon dioxide emissions. Keep up to date with all the hottest cleantech news by subscribing to our (free) cleantech newsletter, or keep an eye on sector-specific news by getting our (also free) solar energy newsletter, electric vehicle newsletter, or wind energy newsletter.
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Sandy Dechert covers environmental, health, renewable and conventional energy, and climate change news. Given the updates to climate sensitivity, and the lower path of emissions, we need to take this 6C off the table. We will not have more than 550-600ppm by 2100 and TCR of 1.4C or so leads to around 1C of warming in the next 50-70 years under those trends. The first (most critical) chart would have been clearer with % real GDP change and % CO2 %. Perhaps we can find the data that goes back further (top graph to 1984) and put together a longer term percent change.
And there’s a CO2 graph that covers about the same time range as the blue GDP graph in the previous comment. If CO2 emissions from electricity dropped that means that there were CO2 drops for industry, commercial and transportation electricity as well. Looking at the charts in this article, it is clear electricity use is a minority contributor (albeit a large one) to GHG emissions. I was addressing the general impression I sense that some people think that if everyone gets solar panels and drives electric cars the world will be saved. No, that is not a total victory over the dark forces of Koch, but it’s a hell of a start. I agree it is important to keep up hope and celebrate the positive emerging trends, given the ever increasing deleterious effects of our present course. This is obviously not enough yet (<160GW) and the analysts know this, that is why the 2014 total CO2 figure has caught people by surprise. I am not sure how much hydro China is building but it may be 20GW per year, or ~40GW FF avoided.
China may be closing coal-fired boilers which wouldn’t show up in electricity numbers. Unfortunately we may have to wait for a couple months to see the numbers they used although if there’s a lot of interest they might do a partial release early. Yes it is efficiency as in for everything, with means more money into the wallets of everybody who goes that route.
China has finished a lot of the infrastructure construction they have been doing for the past 15 years. That tells me that the smart pencils are starting to look at the data and haven’t yet found a problem.
Perhaps the US, EU and other countries can drop enough to keep us on a plateau for a couple of years and then we could see emission start to fall. Exxon Mobil is going to pump out millions of barrels of oil onto the ground and set it on fire?
That money is not the result of sniffing gas, it’s the result of being absolutely ruthless with both the environment and humanity.
Is it really surprising to you that oil and gas(!) companies “expect” oil and gas demand to rise? Cheap renewables in combination with environmental policies are an unstoppable avalanche by now.
I’m watching efficiency and electric vehicles painting the death portrait of the oil industry. You can compare these graphs for Nebraska with whichever states you choose using the maps below.
You can compare these graphs for Virginia with whichever states you choose using the maps below. Energy Information Administration, International Energy Statistics, Go to EIA database, data accessed 20 December 2012. They are virtually inexhaustible in duration but limited in the amount of energy that is available per unit of time. When additional generating capacity is needed, the water can be released from the reservoir through a conduit to turbine generators located in a power plant at a lower level. It includes electric utility and industrial generation of hydroelectricity, unless otherwise specified. I remain puzzled, however, by what appears to me to be inconsistent presentations of electricity production data.

While recession has caused this phenomenon several times in the past (the early 1980s, 1992, and 2009), for the first time in 40 years we are now experiencing a relative reduction in emissions during a time of economic gains. Since the pollution in China’s cities reached intolerable levels, the country has worked hard to limit environmental damage from economic development. It’s been heralded as suggesting that efforts to mitigate climate change may actually have started to show a measurable effect on emissions, possibly sooner than anyone thought they  would. A final look in closer detail will come out in an IEA special report on energy and climate that will be released on June 15.
Western Europe, where renewables, energy efficiency, and sustainable growth were priorities in the world’s earliest climate adaptation process, is a good example.
As the graph above shows and other calculations also indicate, energy use accounts for only 35-45% of the world’s CO2 emissions.
She's currently on the climate beat for Important Media, having attended last year's COP20 in Lima Peru. Apparently China etc has many solar hot water cylinders installed, apparently providing much more power than solar PV. I saw on reneweconomy I think that China is still buiding many more coal power plants, but as we know not consuming more coal. It surprises me with such easy room for savings why energy efficiency is so under weighted worldwide.
They are predicting boom times ahead, and if 10% of what they project happens, kiss the climate goodbye. Renewable energy resources include: hydro (conventional hydroelectric power), geothermal, solar, tidal action, ocean thermal, wave action, wind and biomass.
In the hydroelectric pumped storage calculation, we consider the pumped storage facility production minus the energy used for pumping. Whereas the differentiation between nuclear thermal and nuclear electricity, for example, is clear, it is not so for the conventional.
Many analysts have hailed the change as showing that emission reduction efforts to combat climate change may be bearing more fruit than previously calculated. In a joint pledge with the United States last November, China committed to reversing growth in carbon emissions by 2030 (earlier if possible) and increasing nonfossil fuels to 20% of its total energy supply.
That analysis will give decisionmakers everywhere a chance to adjust their climate pledges in the context of recent fossil fuel events, to advance climate goals through more practical policy measures, and to assess adaptation needs more finely.
The other major sources are transportation, land use changes (southeast Asia accounts for half, South America 4%, Africa 2%, other 3%), and nonenergy emissions from agriculture and (less than 10%) industrial and waste sources. Sandy has also worked for groundbreaking environmental consultants and a Fortune 100 health care firm. Lets say that rate has dropped to 1% a year, that is equivalent to 160GW baseload added each year. Exxon is bluntly stating that climate change plans will fail badly and coal and gas and oil will be consumed up up and up. And if that is based on an economic growth argument, I also expect prices to increase and keep increasing. The source I saw (quite a while ago) claimed that this was a big deal but didn't get much attention because PV was more interesting etc.
Theyalso predict electricity consumption will grow over this same period at a rate of 0.8% per year. One would expect the thermal numbers to be about three times higher than the electricity numbers, but when I convert the coal TWh values to the equivalent in MTOE, and compare those numbers with the MTOE values of general energy consumption, they do not compare well - for example it looks as if German coal-fired power plants have an efficiency of about 40% which would be rather remarkable.
Well the average capacity factor for new wind, given so much of it is in China is probably not over 25%, and for solar, say 17%. Australia is supposed to move up to become one of the world’s largest natural gas exporters. Now double that because you are displacing FFpower plants that are say 50% efficient and you still only get about 40GW.

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