Energy in Future  
 
Dr.-Ing. Dieter Bokelmann

 

Energy in Future - Dr. Ing. Dieter Bokelmann - Energie in der Zukunft

Foreword

The aim of the website is to inform about the state of implementation of CO2 neutrality World and Germany with regard to primary energy consumption and to prove this with facts.

Both the status of implementation and the sum of current activities worldwide are unfortunately absolutely disappointing. At the same time, we still have a maximum of one generation to generate our energy in a CO2-neutral way. The investments must be strongly pushed and organized and balanced across the world. Possible solutions are presented.

Errors in calculations and assumptions can never be ruled out. I am grateful for any meaningful hint or contribution.

The fact that CO2 neutrality cannot be achieved in a short period of time without personal changes in our behavior does not contradict common sense.

Any unit of energy that is not consumed no longer needs to be made CO2-neutral. A reasonably increased price for energy must be acceptable. This also prevents or reduces expensive climate-related consequential damage for us and especially our children and grandchildren.

The introduction, summary and explanations are multilingual. The calculation tables are only in English, as most technically interested readers can also speak English and it would be too much effort to translate these tables also.

A short and understandable overview is given on the page "Solution".

We  should not be deceived by all the current information on investments and measures to limit the consequences of climate change.  Too little is being invested, the wrong measures are being decided. In Germany alone it is more important to shut down the last 6 nuclear power plants (very wrong decision and driving up prices) and to convert cabs and buses to hydrogen than to take care of the import of the necessary 65 million tons of H2. The last government slept through this and the new government has not yet understood it either. The sharp rise in electricity prices in Germany is largely due to the insufficient activities of the last government and the new one is moving on with a little more speed. And it's doing so with a staff of consulting companies. Things can't go on like this.

Please send a link of this site to good colleagues and friends of you, thank you.

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