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United States Clean Energy Plan

The United States Clean Energy Plan (2010 - 2050) enables America to achieve Clean Energy and Energy Independence by building Clean Power Plants and reducing carbon dioxide emissions  Rather than burning coal, oil, biomass and natural gas and destroying our environment, the carbon sources are used for making consumer and industrial products.

As United States population grows from 317 million to 400 million people, America’s energy efficiency increases from 42% to 70%. Thorium, Uranium and Mirror Power Plants supply the country with clean, efficient energy. Cars, trucks, buses, trains, ships, airplanes for transportation operate more efficiently using clean energy. To help understand how energy is produced and used, the metric system of kilowatt-hours is used rather than British Thermal Units.

The graph illustrates the differences. United States Energy Consumption (blue) grows during the transition from carbon to clean energy, levels off, and decreases to 24 Trillion Kilowatt-hours. Using carbon energy, U.S. Energy Information Administration projects United States Energy Consumption (pink) would grow to 33 Trillion kilowatt hours or a difference of 9 Trillion kilowatt hours. At 10 cents per kilowatt-hour, the energy savings is $900 billion per year.


Projected United States Energy Consumption  by U.S. Energy Information Administration

The next graph shows a dramatically 4.5 billion metric ton reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by using clean energy. Using carbon energy, the U.S. Energy Information Administration projects the United States will be producing 5.5 billion metric tons (pink), compared to using clean energy that reduces carbon dioxide emissions (pink) to less than one billion metric tons.


Projected United States Carbon Dioxide Emissions by U.S. Energy Information Administration

If World government, business, and education leaders can work collegiately together as they did with the establishment of the Internet, clean energy efficient electric power and transportation will create enormous environmental benefits and economic opportunities

Companies would manufacture consumer and industrial products made from the billion tons of coal, 6.7 billions barrels of oil, and billion barrels of biomass rather than burning them and destroying our environment. Since oil is nine times more expensive than coal, oil refiners could be converted into coal refiners for making petrochemicals. Biomass programs, which burn food, are eliminated and the food supplied to million of starving people. 

The World Clean Energy Economy grows to over $900 trillion; and the Space Economy grows to over $50 trillion. Billions of jobs are created. Power plants generate clean energy to bring every country into the 21st century and carbon dioxide emissions are However, the real benefits come from taking billions of people out of poverty, providing them an opportunity for World-Class education, and empowering them to live out their dreams.

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The United States Clean Energy Plan developed by Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) Chicago Chapter members was presented at the 2014 World Energy Engineering CongressWEEC Conference Poster Session at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.


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