2.4.16

Work in japan 2015 updates


Top Energy producers in the world by ranking 2014 - 2015


Solar panels 2010  
1.       Germany – 17.4 GW
2.      Spain – 3.9 GW
3.      Japan – 3.6 GW
4.      Italy – 3.5 GW
5.      US – 2.5 GW
6.      Czech Republic – 2 GW
7.      France – 1.1 GW
8.     China – 800 MW
9.      South Korea – 656 MW
10.  Australia – 571 MW

Geothermal electricity

1.       US – 3,093 MW as of 2010
2.      Philippines – 1,904 MW
3.      Indonesia – 1,197 MW
4.      Mexico – 958 MW
5.      Italy – 843 MW
6.      New Zealand – 628 MW
7.      Iceland – 575 MW
8.     Japan – 536 MW
9.      El Salvador – 204 MW
10.  Kenya – 167 MW

Wind energy 2011
1.       China – 62.4 GW, with 17.6 GW
2.      US – 46.9 GW, with 6.8 GW
3.      Germany – 29 GW, with 2.1 GW
4.      Spain – 21.7 GW, with 1 GW
5.      India – 16.1 GW, with 3 GW
6.      France – 6.8 GW, with 0.8 GW
7.      Italy – 6.7 GW, with 1 GW
8.     Canada – 5.3 GW, with 1.3 GW
9.      Portugal – 4.1 GW, with 0.4 GW
10.  Denmark – 3.9 GW, with 0.2 GW

Biofuel 2010
1.       US – 25,351,000 tons of oil equivalent (toe)
2.      Brazil – 15,573,000 toe
3.      Germany – 2,930,000 toe
4.      France – 2,312,000 toe
5.      Argentina – 1,687,000 toe
6.      China – 1,399,000 toe
7.      Spain – 1,179,000 toe
8.     Canada – 996,000 toe
9.      Italy – 670,000 toe
10.  Thailand – 647,000 toe

Coal energy

1.       China – 1956.0 million metric tons (mmt)
2.      US – 556.8 mmt
3.      Australia – 230.8 mmt
4.      India – 222.4 mmt
5.      Indonesia – 199.8 mmt
6.      Russia – 157.3 mmt
7.      South Africa – 143.8 mmt
8.     Kazakhstan – 58.8 mmt
9.      Poland – 56.6 mmt
10.  Colombia – 55.8 mmt

And the winner is:
Solar
Germany – 100
Spain – 50
Japan – 10

Geothermal
USA – 100
Philippines – 50
Indonesia – 10

Wind
China – 100
USA – 50
Germany – 10

Bio
USA – 100
Brazil – 50
Germany – 10

Coal
China – 100
USA – 50
Australia – 10


Top performing countries in all types of electricity producers are:

Rank
1. USA
2. China
3. Germany
4. Spain - Philippines – Brazil
5. Japan – Indonesia – Australia








27.3.16

Overdeveloped and overpopulated metropolis around the world

Sometimes every word is superfluous. These pictures say more than a thousand words.
1. The view over the overdeveloped metropole of Mexico City (with more than 20 million inhabitants).

2. Pasig city in the Philippines

3. A nighttime spectacle in downtown Los Angeles - the energy demand is incalculable.


4. And yet another metropolis - a bird’s eye view of New Delhi (over 22 million inhabitants).


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