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FIGURE 2-17 CO2 fossil-fuel emissions
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CO2 concentration, temperature, and sea levels continue to rise long after emissions are reduced Time taken to reach equilibrium CO2 emissions peak 1 to 100 years Sea-level rise due to ice melting: several millennia Sea-level rise due to thermal expansion: centuries to millennia Temperature stabilization: a few centuries CO2 stabilization: 100 to 300 years CO2 emissions Today 100 years 1,000 years
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The Benefits and Detriments of Solar Energy
Challenges of Solar Energy
I saved my discussion of the challenges of solar to close this chapter. Earlier, I mentioned four challenges for solar energy: High initial cost Pollutants during the production of solar panels The sun is not always available Disposal of old solar panels But solutions to these issues are available: Integrating all types of solar and taking advantage of loans, grants, and rebates can make solar a more cost-effective alternative. The pollutants from solar panel production are being reduced as technology changes. Solar has been shown to be effective in most populated areas of the world. The final issue, disposal, has not yet been addressed. However, science and big business are now researching profitable ways you can recycle old solar components.
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Types of Solar Energy
Today, in our homes and at work, most of us use many energy-intensive processes that make our lives easier. Drinking water is available simply by turning a spigot or tap, sewage and waste are safely removed and treated, and we use lights, heat, and automatic washers and dryers. These are everyday luxuries brought about by energy-intensive processes. Fact is, we could live without them all, but we choose not to. The energy required to power these technologies is traditionally based on fossil fuel consumption. However, today s technology has advanced to the point at which we now have alternative options for how we supply energy for our luxuries. We have a viable and important energy source in solar energy. Solar energy is the only choice for most of the world. The most efficient form of energy, it can and should be used to save or conserve energy or as a complementary technology to more traditional energy sources.
Energy and Oil
The world s dramatic increase in energy consumption began in the late 1800s with the mass consumption of oil. Petroleum was refined to produce kerosene, which replaced whale oil, primarily for lighting. Petroleum byproducts include kerosene, gasoline, and other oil products (as shown in Figure 3-1). Coal was used for home heating until the 1950s, and crude oil is still in use in some homes. The massive use of oil began during World War II with the requirement of transportable fuel for mechanized warfare. The WW II generation came home from the war to a new way of life. Figure
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FIGURE 3-1 Petroleum byproducts
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3-2 shows homes in Levittown, New York, built from 1947 to 1951 and considered the first truly mass-produced suburb. Levittown is regarded as the archetype for postwar suburbs throughout the United States. Subdivisions of the era offered a home for every family, a car in every driveway, and all the modern amenities. Luxuries formerly unimaginable were available to the masses. All of suburbia required electrical energy, then and today produced by coal and oil. As suburbs increased nationwide, so did the consumption of energy (Figure 3-3).
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