Energy: Visual & Audio

PostedonApr. 16, 2014in Energy

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Resources for Energy: Visual & Audio (Includes Presentations & Slideshows

  1. Global Energy Facts showing primary sources of energy and its current use. Also estimtes maximum global potential of different forms of Renewable Energy. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)
  2. Toward Energy Democracy: Vision Statement – (Adopted at Bijli Vikalp Sangam at Bodh Gaya, Bihar, March 2016) by a group of Civil Society Organisations who met to reflect upon and explore sustainable equitable practices on energy, with a focus on electricity.  This was aimed at building a continuing critical dialogue with the state and other stakeholders in order to build a just and equitable energy future.  Read Towards Energy Democracy: A Vision Statement (checked on 7 Mar. 2016)
  3. Peak Oil – visually explained (checked on 22 Jul. 2015)
  4. Micro-Hydro Story of Kalahandi, Odisha – covers stages from assessment through convergence with NREGA to commissioing and income generation in the community. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)
  5. Peak Oil and How to See the Bigger Picturea talk by Richard Heinberg (checked on 22 Jul. 2015)
  6. High-altitude wind energy from kites! – Video by Saul Griffith. Wind is the second largest renewable energy resource after solar. And kites of suitable design, controlled by means of a robot, could be used to generate tera watts of power in the near future. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)
  7. The Power of Community – How Cuba Survived Peak Oil: This video about how Cuba overcame the challenge of Peak Oil reflects some fundamental policy changes that the country made for this purpose, and lets us learn from that country in the areas of Economics, Energy, Education, Agriculture, Housing and Transport and so on. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)
  8. A slide show of the techniques/technologies used in making Indira Paryavaran Bhavan (Delhi) a net zero energy building, and a report on it. Also a critique on it. (checked on 25 Jun. 2015)
  9. Solar-powered auto rickshaws launched in Bengaluru: If auto rickshaws are blamed for polluting cities, here’s a simple solution to replace the diesel/gas consuming autos. (checked on 16 Mar. 2016)
  10. Inspiring self-powered village – Odanthurai (Tamil Nadu): It meets its energy requirements through a mix of alternatives. (checked on 3 Sep. 2019)
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