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  • Renewable Energy 101 | National Geographic


    There are many benefits to using renewable energy resources, but what is it exactly? From solar to wind, find out more about alternative energy, the fastest-growing source of energy in the world—and how we can use it to combat climate change.
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  • The Biggest Lie About Renewable Energy


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  • Renewable Energy Explained in 2 1/2 Minutes


    This is an unofficial explainer video I created for a college project. I decided to gear it toward The assets went from Adobe Illustrator to After Effects. This animation explains the different types of energy such as, fossil fuels, biomass, nuclear and renewables.

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  • Who is leading in renewable energy? | CNBC Explains


    Around the world, governments are tapping into renewable sources to fuel the growing demand for energy. But as the conversation steers away from the costs of clean energy to the best practices, CNBC's Nessa Anwar evaluates which countries are having the most success and the challenges that still lie ahead.


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  • How is the Philippines transitioning to renewable energy? | Hosted by Atom Araullo


    A few days ago, about 11,000 scientists from around the world warned of “untold suffering” caused by climate change if people don’t change their ways. As the Philippines marks 6 years since Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), see how the country is contributing to such call for change from the points of view of a mother, a village official, an energy executive, and an advocate.

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


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    Every year, the world uses 35 billion barrels of oil. This massive scale of fossil fuel dependence pollutes the earth, and it won’t last forever. On the other hand, we have abundant sun, water and wind, which are all renewable energy sources. So why don’t we exchange our fossil fuel dependence for an existence based only on renewables? Federico Rosei and Renzo Rosei describe the challenges.

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  • Renewable Energy Sources - Types of Energy for Kids


    Educational video for children to learn what renewable energy source are, which are their main properties and what types of energies exist. The sun, the wind, the power of water or the inner core heat of the Earth are examples of renewable energy sources. These energy resources are produced naturally and for this reason they are not depleted. In this video, children will find out what is sunlight energy, eolic energy, tidal wave energy, hydraulic energy and geothermal energy. Some of the many advantages of renewable energy are that they are environmentally friendly, replenish naturally and are safer because they don't generate toxic waste. Some of the drawbacks would be the lack of resources and natural phenomena in certain areas. Excellent resource for elementary school education.

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  • The Engineering Challenges of Renewable Energy: Crash Course Engineering #30


    This week we are looking at renewable energy sources and why we need them. We’ll explore hydropower, wind, geothermal, and solar power, as well as some of the challenges, and how engineers are working to make their use more widespread.

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  • Renewable Energy is The Scam We All Fell For


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  • Could This Be the Solution to Reaching 100% Renewable Energy?


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    In this Our Changing Climate environmental video essay, I look at the solutions for and whether it's even possible to achieve 100% renewable energy by 2050. Specifically, this video looks at the obstacles renewable technologies like wind turbines and solar panels, solar power, and solar energy face in the coming decade by unpacking some of the common arguments fielded against renewables. The documentary, Planet of Humans, was recently published and is a prime example of this kind of renewable bashing. Ultimately though, I show that the problems facing renewables like wind turbine energy and solar panel energy are surmountable through existing technologies like pumped-hydro storage and grid interconnectors. Ultimately, 100% renewable fossil-fuel-free energy is not only possible but necessary to mitigate the worst effects of climate change.

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  • Whirlpool Turbines Can Provide 24/7 Renewable Energy For Dozens Of Homes


    This whirlpool turbine can power dozens of homes, providing energy 24 hours a day. Belgian company Turbulent have possibly come up with a solution to generate energy for small-scale rural areas. Using the power of water, the turbine can be installed to most river and canals, using the current to produce energy - which the creators claim is enough to power up to 60 homes.

    Could this be the future for all energy production?

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  • The Future Of Energy Storage Beyond Lithium Ion


    Over the past decade, prices for solar panels and wind farms have reached all-time lows. However, the price for lithium ion batteries, the leading energy storage technology, has remained too high. So researchers are exploring other alternatives, including flow batteries, thermal batteries, and gravity-based systems.

    CORRECTION (March 14, 2020): At 12:53 we incorrectly identify the size of the energy storage market. Overall, the energy storage market is predicted to attract $620 billion dollars in investments by 2040.

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  • Why renewables can’t save the planet | Michael Shellenberger | TEDxDanubia


    Environmentalists have long promoted renewable energy sources like solar panels and wind farms to save the climate. But what about when those technologies destroy the environment? In this provocative talk, Time Magazine “Hero of the Environment” and energy expert, Michael Shellenberger explains why solar and wind farms require so much land for mining and energy production, and an alternative path to saving both the climate and the natural environment. Michael Shellenberger is a Time Magazine Hero of the Environment and President of Environmental Progress, a research and policy organization. A lifelong environmentalist, Michael changed his mind about nuclear energy and has helped save enough nuclear reactors to prevent an increase in carbon emissions equivalent to adding more than 10 million cars to the road. He lives in Berkeley, California. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

  • 16 Inventions Getting Us Off Fossil Fuels


    Much of the world's energy is sourced from fossil fuels. However, there are several individuals and companies who have developed inventions to help get the world off of non-renewable energy. Watch the video above to see these inventions in action.

    How One Company Turns Plastic Waste Into Reusable Packaging

    How Method Keeps Its Soap Factory Eco-Friendly

    How This Robotic Farm Is Reimagining Agriculture


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  • Amid Pandemic, Renewables Now Supply More Energy than Coal in the U.S.


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  • Is 100% Renewable Possible By 2050? - Interconnectors


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  • Renewable Energy 101


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  • The Future of Renewable Energy: Becoming a Type 1 Civilization


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    What challenges does humanity face in the 21st century? Where will we find the strength and the ingenuity to overcome them? One huge challenge is centered on the ways we produce energy. Current methods of extracting fossil fuels from the ground are not sustainable, both because they will literally run out in the near future, but also because of the changes in the atmosphere the usage of these fuels produces. Where do we stand with renewable energy? What will be the energy sources of the future? Let's chat about it.

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  • Renewables Now Generate More Power than Coal Amidst the Pandemic in the U.S.


    During this pandemic, Renewable energy (Hydro, Solar, Wind) dethrones Coal to produce more energy in the United States. For the first time in renewable has consistently been at the top to produce more energy continuously for 40 days straight. The previous record was 9 days last year.

    By 2025, majority of states will not only move away from coal, but also employ huge number of people in the renewable energy sector thus creating more jobs.


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  • Breakthrough in renewable energy - VPRO documentary


    It’s not in the papers but a silent revolution is moving across the world. Renewable energy is becoming cheaper than from fossil fuels. It means that progressively the choice for wind and solar energy is no longer an ethical one but an economic one. And this will speed up the transfer to renewable energy.

    In countries like Brazil, Australia, Chile and parts of the United States people consider renewable energy because of financial reasons. The price of solar and wind energy will continue to drop and in more countries renewable energy will occur.

    A surprising newcomer on the market is Morocco, where the government expects that in 2020 more than 40 percent of the energy could come from solar energy.

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  • Californias Renewable Energy Problem


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  • The truth about battery-powered cities and renewable energy


    Go to you can sign up for free. And also, the first 200 people will get 20% off their annual premium membership. The truth about battery-powered cities and renewable energy - they could be closer than you think. If we want to replace fossil fuels entirely, we need to build batteries that can store enough renewable energy to power entire cities for much longer periods. With liquid redox flow batteries, there's a viable path forward for city-scale renewable energy storage. But where do we currently stand with the technology?

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  • Thermal Battery - Solution to All Problems with Renewable Energy?


    Thermal Battery - Solution to All Problems with Renewable Energy? (Thermal Energy Storage)

    Are this technology the solution to all problems with renewal energy? Thermal battery are a technology used as a method of storing clean renewable energy. This is especially beneficial for intermittent renewable energy sources such as the sun and wind. There are various types of thermal batteries, which operate uniquely form each other. This video specifically focuses on the Thermal Energy Storage Method Dealing with Silicon as the Phase Change Material

    Two Australian companies CCT Energy Storage and 1414 Degrees are currently making use of Silicon as the Phase Change Material for their respective Thermal Storage Systems (Thermal Batteries).

    Silicon possess several properties making it a far better alternative than Lithium-ion, being cheaper and more energy dense.

    Thermal Energy Batteries (Thermal Energy Storage Devices) shows immense potential and will definitely play a vital role in the future of renewable energy.

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  • Renewable Energy | Research and Which Majors to Pick


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    This video covers renewable energy, which majors to choose in order to get into this field, and some research being done.

    Renewable energy is not just one field, it can be broken up into solar, wind, geothermal, hydroelectric, biomass, and ocean. All of these are very different and involve many types of engineers and scientists to design and maintain the systems.

    The most common majors to enter include electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, materials engineering, civil engineering, chemistry, and physics. It is most important that you determine specifically what you want to do within the field of renewable energy before deciding on a major.

  • Bill Gates Slams Unreliable Wind and Solar Energy


    When the world’s richest entrepreneur says wind and solar will never work, it’s probably time to listen.

  • 5 Renewable Energy Gadgets You NEED To See


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  • Why Australia’s booming renewable energy industry has started hitting hurdles | Four Corners


    The world’s current plan to slow global warming is the Paris agreement – signed by more than 170 countries in 2016.
    Under that deal Australia pledged to reduce its emissions by 26 percent, of 2005 levels by 2030.
    Most of Australia’s carbon emissions come from four areas of our economy – transport, industry, agriculture, and electricity.

    Electricity makes up about 34 percent of our emissions… and they’re trending down. That’s because there’s been a decrease in gas and coal fired power… and a boom in renewables.
    But now renewable projects are starting to hit hurdles.

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  • The Problem With Renewable Energy


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    As the world switches to renewable energy - and we are switching - there's a problem you might not expect: balancing the grid. Rotational mass and system inertia are the things that keep your lights from flickering: and they only appear in big, old, traditional power stations. Here's why that's a problem, and how we're likely going to fix it.

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  • How to get a job in Renewable Energy sector


    In this video we look at jobs in the renewable energy sector. There are a variety of jobs in the field of renewable energy. Most are for people with a technical background, in particular engineering.

    However there are also jobs that administrative and do not require engineering skills. People with a degree in Law can also work in the renewable energy sector.


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  • ENGINEERING MYTH: Renewable energy isnt the solution


    What is the best energy solution? Renewable energy isn't the solution.


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  • 15 Things You Didnt Know About The Renewable Energy Industry


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  • AC Energy sees strong momentum for renewable energy in PH | ANC


    The Philippines' renewables push -- unaffected by pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic. AC Energy President and CEO Eric Francia says while market risk has caused delays in some greenfield projects they still see a strong momentum for renewable energy and continue to set their sights on meeting a 5,000 megawatt renewable capacity target by 2025.

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  • ElonMusk - Thoughts on transitioning to 100% renewable energy


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    Thoughts on transitioning to 100% renewable energy Is solar really part of the solution? Are batteries really sustainable?

  • Renewable Energy


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    In this video Paul Andersen discusses the technology, advantages and disadvantages of six sources of renewable energy; biomass, hydroelectric, solar, geothermal wind, and hydrogen. He also explains how changes in the storage and flow of energy in our power grid must be improved. He also lists the energy returned over energy invested ration for the various forms of energy.

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  • Renewable Energy and Renewable Energy Sources | Geothermal Energy | Renewable Resources | Physics


    This video is about renewable energy and resources of renewable energy. This video will explain about the renewable energy resources like: Biomass, Solar Power,

    Geothermal Energy, Hydroelectricity, Tidal Power, Tide Waves.

    Q: What is Geothermal Energy?
    Ans: Geothermal energy is the energy of the Earth obtained in the form of steam or hot water. This source of renewable energy in the form of hot water or steam would

    be used to convert into other sources of useful energy like electrical or kinetic energy.
    Geothermal energy is the potential source of energy which can be obtained through natural process from the core of the earth. But geographically, it is limited only to

    few areas. It is only in use in 24 countries, but potential sites are evaluated or spotted across the globe.

    Q: What is Solar Energy?

    Ans: Solar Energy is the Energy of the sun which reaches the earth in the form of the sunlight. We can convert this Solar Energy of the sun into the useful energy like

    electricity and potential energy through the use of solar cell or voltaic cell. One voltaic cell or solar cell produces small amount of voltage. In order to get

    sufficient amount of voltage, solar cells are connected in series way to make a solar panel. Solar panels are used to convert sunlight into electrical energy.

    Q: What is Biomass?

    Ans: Biomass is the energy obtained from living or dead living organisms like plants, animal and natural vegetation. The biomass is converted into fuels through

    direct combustion or fermentation. In direct combustion method, the dead living materials are burnt in a confined containers. While that in Fermentation, the dead

    living materials are converted into the fuel through bacterial action in the absence of air.

    Q: What is Hydroelectricity?

    Ans: Hydroelectricity is generated from the gravitational energy of the falling or flowing water in dams or in reservoirs. The fast flowing or falling water are used

    to convert it gravitational energy into electrical energy by running or turning turbines. The Kinetic energy of the turbines is converted into the electrical energy.

    Q: What is Tidal Power?
    Ans: Tidal power is the energy of the oceans. If a dam or basin is constructed at the bank of the oceans then in rushing and outgoing water would be used to drive

    turbines and generate electricity.

    Q: What is wave power?
    Ans: Wave Power is also the energy of the oceans in the forms of waves. The fast moving moves in a proper waves would be trapped and would be converted into useful energy.


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  • Bandila: College students win in renewable energy design contest


    Pinarangalan ang tatlong imbensyon na gawa ng mga estudyante ng Mapua, La Salle at Ateneo sa 2015 Sikat Design Challenge. Nakakagawa ng renewable energy ang mga imbesyon na makakatulong sa mga pangangailangan ng kuryente.

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  • Renewable energy


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  • What is renewable energy? | CNBC Explains


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  • This New Tech Could Revolutionize How We Store Renewable Energy


    Advanced CAES is a new iteration of an old technology that's able to harness air’s elastic potential to store energy until it’s ready to be used, which could be a huge game-changer for renewable energy.
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    In a world in desperate need to go carbon-free, solar, wind, and renewables are the future, but our present ability to store their excess energy falls short. 

    Of the many possible solutions, compressed air seems to be sweeping some in the energy sector off their feet. Compressed air energy storage, or CAES, takes advantage of air’s ability to be stored in the form of elastic potential energy until we’re ready to use it.

    We’re currently grappling with modernizing the world’s power grid and a major challenge is to make renewables reliable in every situation, not just on sunny, cloud-free days. That's because renewable energy needs to be “firmed,” meaning that it can give energy on-demand in every situation.

    CAES is lauded by some in the energy sector as a sustainable way to make renewables the world’s go-to energy source, who say that this storage system could be the sustainable energy storage we’ve all been waiting for. The technology converts electrical energy into high-pressure air, which is later released to drive a turbine.

    And while theoretically, CAES could be a cheaper and more sustainable alternative to batteries, there are still a few things holding it back. But an updated version of this old technology, developed by the Canadian company Hydrostor, could give CAES the boost it needs to succeed.

    Find out more about Hydrostor's plans to bring compressed air energy storage into the mainstream on this Elements.

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    Having to use an underground cavern means Hydrostor can’t build its plant just anywhere. But VanWalleghem says that, unlike the strict geological needs of oil-and-gas companies, compressed air can be stored in many types of rock formations. That means Hydrostor can technically build its plants on 70% of the planet’s landmass.

    Let’s store solar and wind energy – by using compressed air

    Energy is already stored, of course, in batteries or various other technologies. Even reservoirs can act as huge stores of energy. However nothing that exists or is in development can store energy as well, and as cheaply, as compressed air.

    The grid of the future will be powered by … giant subterranean bagpipes?

    Right now, the world relies predominantly on two different grid energy storage techniques: pumped/dammed hydroelectricity, and batteries. Other methods do exist, but batteries and “pumped hydro,” as they call it, are by far the most common.


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  • Renewable and Non-Renewable Sources of Energy


    CBSE class 10 Science - Sources of energy - There are two types of energy sources : Renewable Sources of Energy and Non-Renewable Sources of Energy. Renewable energy can be regenerated and are also called as the in-exhaustible sources of energy. Non-Renewable energy is reserved and can not be made again and are also called as the exhaustible sources.

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  • Market Edge: Renewable Energy Act marks 10th year


    Since its enactment, the law has led to a growing number of companies, both homegrown and global, shifting to renewable energy to power their businesses.

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  • Top 20 Country by Renewable Electricity Production


    This video shows the Top 20 countries with the highest total renewable electric power generation from 1960 to 2018. The data does not include the Soviet Union.


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  • The risk of banking on renewable energy | DW News


    Germany, Europe's biggest economy with a huge industrial base, has long aimed to make the transition to green energy. In 2018, renewables such as wind, hydroelectric, solar and bio-mass power made up more than 40 percent of Germany's energy mix. However, conventional energy sources still play a big role, and the clock is ticking. Germany plans to phase out nuclear power by 2022 and coal by 2038. But there's a catch. Relying on renewables can pose a risk to energy security.

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  • Introduction to Renewable Energy | lecture #1 in urdu / hindi


    1 Solar Energy | Introduction to Renewable Energy | lecture # 2

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    Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources, which are naturally replenished on a human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. Renewable energy often provides energy in four important areas: electricity generation, air and water heating/cooling, transportation, and rural (off-grid) energy services.

  • Renewable energies: the return of biomass


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    For thousands of years biomass (organic matter) was the primary source of energy. Since the industrial revolution, the combustion of fossil fuels, accounting for 87% of today’s global energy package, has replaced biomass as the primary source. Yet issues surrounding energy and food production and sustainable development engender new perspectives on the production of bio-fuels, especially from by-products of agro-industry and forestry. Biomass, now supporting 10% of world energy consumption, could increase to provide 25% of global energy needs.
    This film combines figures, schematics, and interviews with professionals in the field (e.g. economist, farmer, mechanic, researcher, aircraft manufacturer...). The potential for biomass is evident, but its usage must be rational, optimized and adapted to local environments.
    A film by Gérard Goma (scientific advisor) and Mathias Fyferling

    Film chapters:
    0:00 Definition of biomass.
    0:39 Issue: can biomass replace fossil fuels?
    1:36 World energy consumption vs energy received from the sun vs energy captured by biomass.
    2:05 Graph: the global energy mix (2008)
    2:31 What is photosynthesis? What is the CO2 and O2 balance?
    4:46 Graph: storage of greenhouse gases over a plant’s life.
    6:14 Interview: Élisabeth Le Net, forest and wood sector economist. The forest management depends on the use we want to make of it (ship, furniture, firewood...)
    7:37 Diagram of the carbon cycle: circulating carbon, fossil carbon, deforestation, anthropogenic CO2 ...
    9:20 Graph: rise of atmospheric CO2 over the years.
    9:37 The carbon stock on earth.
    10:51 Map: energy consumption by country. Issue of increasing consumption.
    11:53 Introduction to renewable energy and circulating carbon.
    12:59 Example of plant oil for fuel in Villeneuve sur Lot (France). Interview : Julio Gonçalvès, chief engineer.
    15:00 Interview: Richard Cavaillé, oil producer.
    17:19 Definition of 1st generation and 2nd generation biofuels.
    18:12 Definition: static and mobile uses of energy.
    19:00 Graph: comparison of calorific values: wood, methane, H2, uranium ...
    20:15 Introduction to liquid biofuels, and to the production of bio-based hydrocarbons. Comparison of calorific values.
    21:18 Interview: Carole Jouve, professor at INSA (Toulouse, France). Use of oleaginous yeasts for the production of lipids.
    23:33 Interview: Yohan Allouche, Airbus R&D. Application of biofuels to aviation.
    26:01 Diagram of lignocellulose, the raw material of 2nd generation biofuels.
    26:43 Deconstruction of lignocellulose: microbial and chemical methods.
    27:42 Interview: Olivier Guerrini, GDF-SUEZ R&D. Visit of a gasification pilot plant for the production of biofuels.
    31:39 Diagram: use of biomass resources according to their nature (1G, 2G, 3G). Introduction to biorefineries.
    33:05 Diagram: saving of greenhouse gases depending on the fuel used (1G, 2G).
    33:34 What biomass resource do we have? Consider land and net primary production (map).
    35:48 Interview: Élisabeth Le Net. Wood is sometimes difficult to mobilize, and is therefore under exploited. Wood sectors are complementary: timber, lumber, and energy products. Territories must be managed globally, agriculture together with forestry.
    39:02 Conclusion.

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