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From Unsustainable Present to Sustainable Future
13th Annual State of the World Symposium
Washington, January 15th 2009
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People, Planet, Profit
PEOPLE
SRR
PROFIT
IRR
PLANET
ERR
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Fundamental Energy Transition
Source: Solarwirtschaft.de (based on 2003 WGBU Report)
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Grid Parity Status 2007
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Grid Parity Scenario 2012 (illustrative)
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Peak Shaving
Electrochromatic Glass, Solar PV, Ice Cooling
ILLUSTRATIVE
PEAK USAGE
n+9
Normal Peak Electricity Usage from Utility
Normal Electricity
Usage (from Utility)
kW (in relative units)
n+8
n+7
Usage with Sage glass
Lowered Peak through using Electrochromatic glass
(up to 20% energy savings)
Fed in Energy from PV
Fed in Energy from Ice
n+6
Lower overall Electricity usage from Grid at Peak
n+5
n+4
n+3
n+2
Peak PV Output, lowering usage from grid
n+1
Airconditioning usage lowered by Ice Cooling input
n
Midnight
12:00
19:30
Midnight
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Access to Energy = Prosperity
2006 GDP / capita in $
No data
5-10,000
30,000+
3-5,000
20-30,000
1-3,000
10-20,000
<1,000
1.6bn people worldwide have no access to energy
Source: International Monetary Fund
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Energies for Good
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power for a better world
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Contact
Marcel Brenninkmeijer
Chairman
[email protected]
Good Energies Inc.
Grafenauweg 4
6301 Zug
Switzerland
Tel:
Fax:
+41 41 560 66 60
+41 41 560 66 66
www.goodenergies.com
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