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A GreenPolicy360 | Green Energy Welcome !

Time for Green Energy Action that Moves Economies toward Eco-nomics and Net Zero Energy Policy


100 % Feasible? Yes ... https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence/the-feasibility-of-100-renewable-energy-f624d93e1424


Our new web domain is: www.netzeropolicy.com


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Going Green, Going toward NetZero Use of Energy


A zero-energy building, also known as a zero net energy (ZNE) building, net-zero energy building (NZEB), or net zero building, is a building with zero net energy consumption ...

The total amount of energy used by the building on an annual basis is roughly equal to the amount of renewable energy created on the site.


Once a Fringe Idea, Net-Zero Energy Buildings Will Soon Be the Law


"Green Equity" -- Nasdaq provides environmental indexes, tracking the growing clean-energy sector



Net Zero Definition


US Department of Energy / National Renewable Energy Laboratory

https://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy06osti/39833.pdf


US Department of Energy / National Institute of Building Sciences

https://energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2015/09/f26/A%20Common%20Definition%20for%20Zero%20Energy%20Buildings.pdf


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As a MediaWiki site, GreenPolicy360 begins with a quick Wikipedia review of ...

'Zero-energy', low-energy, energy conservation, energy transition, and best green energy practices


Autonomous buildings
Building-integrated photovoltaics
Deep energy retrofit
Earthship
Ecocities -- Sustainable Cities
Energy conservation
Energy Neutral Design
Environmental design
Environmental economics
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Life cycle analysis
Low-energy building Low-energy building techniques
Low-energy building
Low-carbon economy -- Low-fossil-fuel economy -- Debarbonized economy
Low-energy house
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Zero-Net-Energy USA Federal Buildings

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Green School Buildings

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California out in front in a Green future

https://www.greenpolicy360.net/w/California_out_in_front_in_a_Green_future


California 'Out in Front' on Climate and Zero Net Energy Priorities

http://newbuildings.org/sites/default/files/GovernorOffice_RandallWinstonZNE_Presentation071613.pdf


Going Green, beginning in the early days of the modern environmental movement...


"I have a continuing commitment to specific programs and policies that reduce California’s dependence on foreign oil, increase the diversity and resilience of our energy supply and ease the impact of rising energy costs on California...

Making existing buildings more efficient is a large and quickly tapped energy source... New homes and new appliances must be energy efficient and affordable...

Wind energy can help us move away from reliance on oil. California should maintain its leadership in developing energy projects using bio-gas and agricultural wastes.

Solar energy has a wide range of cost-effective applications..."

-- Governor Jerry Brown, 1981 California Clean Energy Plan


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Microsoft's Bill Gates Shares His Vision of a Future Energy Plan


Bill Gates Environmental Math and Getting to Zero CO2


In this video Bill Gates gives his speculation that there will be a massive innovation in energy consumption and energy production. Since this video is only two minutes long, go ahead and watch it now.

https://youtu.be/SpSMGxnpCmo


He proposes a very simple argument using this formula:

P * S * E * C = CO2

Where:

P = Number of People in the world

S = Services consumed per person

E = Energy consumed per service

C = CO2 Produced per unit energy.

CO2 = Total Global CO2 Production


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