Can 100% renewable energy power How batteries work - Adam Jacobson 5 months ago   05:55

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Every year, the world uses 35 billion barrels of oil. This massive scale of fossil fuel dependence pollutes the earth, and it won’t last forever. On the other hand, we have abundant sun, water and wind, which are all renewable energy sources. So why don’t we exchange our fossil fuel dependence for an existence based only on renewables? Federico Rosei and Renzo Rosei describe the challenges.

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Super HumanTV
Why dont we just send s
Huge solar panels out to space like a satellite and just collect the energy since itll be collecting 24/7 this will all so be possible forming a contract with private rocket companies like SpaceX. Current rocket launch is 14million - 50 million
Gary Lewis
For renewables download PDF from
Thirumaran Thirumaran
Renewable energy @t
Jc Ezt
Can you give me an ideas to invent something new for sustainable development
Ines Cyntia
Thank u ted ed❤
Daniel Wuillemin
renewable adjective
re·​new·​able | \ ri-ˈnü-ə-bəl , -ˈnyü-\
Definition of renewable
1 : capable of being renewed
renewable contracts
2 : capable of being replaced by natural ecological cycles or sound management practices
renewable resources

Where is you plan to replenish the sun??
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਟੀਵੀ
Simple.. oil and gas companies will run out of hard cash
Ryan VanGelder
Where's Graphene at??
Christopher Warner
Gravity Powered Generator is a very good solution as a renewable energy source. Way superior to solar and wind for many reasons.
Alistair Milner
I studied at university for years and years and years until i came up with my light bulb moment and that is cycle to work and turn the lights of when you leave the office, I think its still at the development stage but am hoping it will take off one day.
Prometheus Rising
Nuclear is the safest and cleanest.
Prometheus Rising
Peak oil has been debunked. Renewable is not reliable.
ashina clan
"What if WE...blablabla"

There is no "we" , nobody gives a ****
egoism,greed and power is the only motivation on this planet
Or just try and build a fusion reactor.
Artemis Pacifium
4:42 use graphene today, its lightweight, efficient, and more!
Rebel Rebel
Ken Konard
What ‘renewable’ fuels do the global change enthusiasts intend to use for airplane fuels? It sounds like they want the US to not fly anymore while our enemies can fly nuclear bombers?
Too complex and not needed.
Matthew Coy
You see how they didn't mention nuclear?
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How batteries work - Adam Jacobson Can 100% renewable energy power 5 months ago   04:20

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Batteries are a triumph of science—they allow smartphones and other technologies to exist without anchoring us to an infernal tangle of power cables. Yet even the best batteries will diminish daily, slowly losing capacity until they finally die. Why does this happen, and how do our batteries even store so much charge in the first place? Adam Jacobson gives the basics on batteries.

Lesson by Adam Jacobson, animation by FOX Animation Domination High-Def.

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