Most books on clean energy are so data-driven and scientific that they're all but impossible to understand. Fortunately, this isn't one of them. Visionary author Gary Schwendiman answers the energy sector's biggest questions in a way that anyone can understand and appreciate. This is as much a book for investors and political leaders as it is for the casual reader with an interest in how we're going to solve some of the world's most difficult environmental and economic problems.
20% of the world’s population still does not have access to electricity of any kind.
By 2030, the number of vehicles on the world’s roads will double from 1 billion to 2 billion.
How will we turn on all those lights and fuel all those new vehicles even as we curb global warming?
The answer isn’t solar or wind power, and it isn’t natural gas or hybrid engines.
This book answers all these questions and more in a fun, lighthearted, engaging way. It compares the future of clean energy to a football season that concludes with what Schwendiman calls "The Clean Energy Bowl." Join him as he examines each energy source as if it were a football team, comparing and contrasting the strongest players until he arrives at the ultimate conclusion: the team best positioned to completely change the world.