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Can 100% renewable energy power the world? - Federico Rosei and Renzo Rosei

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I live in Indonesia, where my country in the precisely strickened, I feel very strongly political effect in the development of very slow renewable energy, because the politicians are funded in the campaign by coal mining and mine and other mining and even by the mine, which is the most political, itself politicist, which is due to the political game of the high-moving power coat that fuel the coal which mine mine, whereas my country tropically with sunshine sunshole all year long as if diped solar cell, my country is also located between the two continents that can be used to use the energy of kinetic waves to become electrical energy, our country also many rivers and thousands of waterfalls that can be used for hydroelectric power plant, also very much volcano volcano that is very potentially for the geothermal generator
Well I have a crazy idea, grow crops and feed humans well and make them do mechanical work and convert it into electricity, free food for everyone and easy conversion of solar energy to electricity kidding
So the answer is no
Just do the building for free
smh god i wish we had redstone like in minecraft they barely gives infinite energy
The left's mania about renewable energy has nothing to do with saving the planet from an imminent global warming Apocalypse.  No, it has everything to do with government control major sectors of the ecoonomy, in particular energy production, energy intensive manufacturing and ultimately of the entire economy.  One need only look at the Green New Deal to understand this is a pure government control power play.
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You left out how chemically intense make photovoltaic cells is. This is largely ignored by "renewable energy" sales people such as yourself.
You're wrong about fossil fuels not being a renewable source of energy. Your also wrong about us ever running out of fossil fuels. Your also wrong about the equipment used to capture what you call "renewable energy" being good for the environment.
In the fist 1 minute 5 seconds you have already miss represented both sides of the argument.
Did you Just forgot to mention Windenergy?! Good Video but some of your asumtions are Just wrong.
It may be more eficent to have decentralised Power Produktion via Solar than to produce in a Dessert that is far away olny exeption might be for example abudabi.
This Video is outdated and Not repräsentative of the current state of development in the renewable Technologie
Not to mention lithium ion batteries all the stuff mined needed to make those batteries create more co2 than the current system.
We should have listened to Tesla....
Nice video. Can you do a video on lithium ion battery?
It's a good awareness initiative. But TED-Ed is a famous platform and we people expect more from it. If oil and gas runs out in 50 years or some renewal energy will be there but what about all those 5000+ petroleum products we get from nail polish to aviation fuels. Not only renewal but oil and gas industries are also evolving. We are searching for more crude day by day and recent advancements in shale and gas hydrate will be a key source.
Easy solution: Nuclear Energy.

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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.