The Man Made Global Warming - Energetic Scenarios
American Journal of Environmental Protection
Volume 7, Issue 5, October 2018, Pages: 63-69
Received: Sep. 20, 2018; Accepted: Oct. 31, 2018; Published: Nov. 19, 2018
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Roberto Visentin, Department of Physics, Engineering Faculty, Università della Calabria, Cosenza, Italy
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In many international meetings, energy saving programs have been suggested against the man made global warming effects, produced by the consumptions of the fossil derived energies. The FDE (Fossil Derived Energies) consumptions are due to the world's consumers whose number grows at a mean rate of 0.062 billion units /year: this growing number asks a greater number of goods to be consumed. The saving energy programs fail because the consumptions of goods demand provokes a growth of the production that is of the FDE burned. The MMGW (Man Made Global Warming) continues to grow and a catastrophic geostorm is in charge. In addition the FDE reserves continue to be eroded by the consumptions. A substitutive energetic economy, no IRG (Infrared reflecting Gases) producer, is the proposal to be discussed. To built this energetic economy takes time and it could be delayed when the atmosphere memory effect is considered. The substitutive energetic economy could have the following properties: prompt to match the MMGW, able to produce the equivalent of an intense saving energy program without reducing the consumptions, a competitive price of the energy offered to the consumers, a low investment cost at the year 2018. 11.3% of the world’s population consumes 30% of FDE with a per capita FDE consumed of 5.1 TEP (Ton of Equivalent Petroleum) /year. The remaining 88.7% consumes the 70% of FDE/year. The MMGW is, then produced as a global effect. A comparative analysis of the hypothetical scenarios which can be considered has been made. The less delayed against MMGW effects of long duration and economically sustainable resulted hard solar wind energy producer system, when the produced energy is consumable on demand. Either the electrolytic hydrogen gas production or the hydrostorage have been successfully tested to transform the stochastic into on demand consumable energy. Going on with the analysis of the HSW (Hard Solar Wind) stored energy supply, an equivalent energy saving of 27.7% (2017-2117) without diminishing the consumptions of goods and a mean low price of the equivalent petroleum barrel substituted, 42 USD/barrel have been obtained.
Fossil Derived Energies, Man Made Global Warming, Infrared Reflecting Gases, Normal Cubic Meter, Hard Solar Wind, Low Cost Strategy, Ton of Equivalent Petroleum
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Roberto Visentin, The Man Made Global Warming - Energetic Scenarios, American Journal of Environmental Protection. Vol. 7, No. 5, 2018, pp. 63-69. doi: 10.11648/j.ajep.20180705.11
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