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⬆1. 10. 21 Energie-Bedarf

1.10.19 Energiebedarf
en Energy need
fr Besoins en énergie

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1 Energienutzung und Bevölkerungswachstum

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2 The morality of the issue

The Morality of Climate Change

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3 Welt Energien für Verbrauch und Stromerzeugung
en World energy for Consumption and Electricity Production

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4 Wofür verbrauchen Haushalte am meisten Energie?

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5 Der Preis der Vernetzung

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6 China

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2016

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en China Won't Waste Its Time on Wind Power

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STOP THESE THINGS
2016-04-16 en China Won't Waste Its Time on Wind Power

Instead of following disasters like Germany, China is building the capacity for its surging power needs around meaningful power sources:

its Three Gorges Dam has added a massive 22,500MW to its hydro capacity;

and it has dozens of new nuclear plants

and hundreds of coal and gas-fired plants under construction.

China's economic growth has been driven by having secure, reliable and affordable power: all of the essential electricity elements that are absent with wind power.

And it isn't about to take the foot off the pedal just to satisfy the Western World's wind-cult.

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2015

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de Chinas Energiehunger kostet Hunderte Milliarden

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2010

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de China verdrängt die USA als größter Energieverbraucher

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de Chinas Stromverbrauch steigt 2010 um mehr als 14 Prozent