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ATTENTION!!! – This is An Open Call to express an opinion – Feasibility study over Energy Transition, A Green New Deal, UN 2030 Agenda and European Renaissance

The Battle for your Attention: Meher Roy & Simon de la Rouviere

Guys,

A Green New Deal  (GND) - net-zero greenhouse gas emissions-2030 , as much as UN 2030 Agenda adopted on 25 September 2015 by 193 countries of the UN General Assembly (UN2030) – By 2030, ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all, as much as   French President Emmanuel Macron "European Renaissance" (ER) dated March 04, 2019  - 0 carbon in 2050 have entered the public discourse and here to stay.

The Energy Central Power Industry Network is a meeting place for the best minds working in the ENERGY field.

 Therefore our professional opinion should constitute an outline for what should be done in practice in order to achieve sustainable goals that have been set or will be determined.

As opposed to politicians who determine policies in an abstract way, we must express our opinions in a practical, transparent and estimable manner.

Lets' express our (energy experts) opinion, so we could assess the views that are prevalent among us regarding the substantive questions.

Here is the link for the Google Docs Form – https://forms.gle/s5weQdGHg1ifrktSA

Later, through our community leaders, if they agree to, we should bring the concentration of our professional opinions for the attention of policymakers.

Since GND goals are quite compatible with UN 2030 Agenda goals and/or ER goals (the associated ones of cause), let's focus on GND goals and a probable way to reaching them.

The Green New Deal mentions seven goals previously introduced by Ocasio-Cortez:

  1. Shift 100 percent of national power generation to renewable sources.
  2. Build a national energy-efficient "smart" grid.
  3. Upgrade all buildings to become energy efficient.
  4. Decarbonize manufacturing and agricultural industries.
  5. Decarbonize, repair, and upgrade the nation's infrastructure, especially transportation.
  6. Fund massive investment in the drawdown and capture of greenhouse gases.
  7. Adopting these goals would make "green" technology, industry, expertise, products, and services a major U.S. export. As a result, America could become an international leader in helping other countries transition to completely carbon-neutral economies.

The Form doesn't collect emails and you will never be spammed. Yet, and since this Form is designated for The Energy Central Power Industry Network members, answering this questionnaire, mentioning of your name and job title has a great significance to the value of this document.

Here is the link for the Google Docs Form – https://forms.gle/s5weQdGHg1ifrktSA

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