Energy in the 21st Century: Rethink, Rebuild, Rewire (2022)

John K. White
Softcover, 420 pages

We are at the beginning of a revolution, as profound as the IT revolution and the advent of the microchip in the 1960s. The ET or Energy Technology revolution isn't advancing as fast or as easily, however, with an entrenched carbon economy still at the forefront of everyday use, led by an old-world, fossil-fuel industry, despite decreasing oil supplies and the increasing consequences of harmful emissions. Institutional change comes slowly. Revolutions are disruptive. They change everything.

Do the Math cover
  
PROLOGUE | CONTENTS | E21NS

TOPICS
RRR
Solar
Wind
Other
Future
Storage
EVs
Fossil Fuels
Nuclear
Climate Change
Arts

ARTICLES
E21NS Welcome
E21NS About
All Article IndeX

About the author Dr. John K. White is a physicist, writer, and educator, who has worked in the engineering, science, and education fields in Canada, the Netherlands, Ireland, and Spain. He has written numerous articles, technical documents, and manuals and taught courses in physics, computing, and science education over a 35-year career in industry, government, and academia. He is the author of Do the Math! On Growth, Greed, and Strategic Thinking, which promotes better numeracy through everyday examples, and has written for CounterPunch, the Irish Times, and the Journal of Physics. He is a former lecturer in the School of Physics, University College Dublin, and Department of Education Sciences at the University of Oviedo.


Energy in the 21st Century: Rethink, Rebuild, Rewire (2022)

John K. White
Softcover, 420 pages

We are at the beginning of a revolution, as profound as the IT revolution and the advent of the microchip in the 1960s. The ET or Energy Technology revolution isn't advancing as fast or as easily, however, with an entrenched carbon economy still at the forefront of everyday use, led by an old-world, fossil-fuel industry, despite decreasing oil supplies and the increasing consequences of harmful emissions. Institutional change comes slowly. Revolutions are disruptive. They change everything.



   John K White