Energy Made Easy - Helping Citizens become energy literate

About the Book

Energy is multifaceted, and Energy Made Easy allows the reader to grasp enough knowledge quickly so they can participate in discussions with family, friends, co-workers, or while watching news reports. The main purpose of the book is to Help Citizens Become Energy-Literate.

As an added benefit to the reader, each chapter is a stand-alone read on twelve energy subjects. The readers may not be interested in the entire spectrum of energy, but can selectively pick, and choose hot energy topics, trending on current news or social media coverage.

It is dangerous and delusional to believe anything can be explained in sound bites, much less energy. This book will make you look at energy and electricity in a new, fresh way, and perspective. We believe this is desperately needed with the upcoming U.S. Presidential election, and global events taking place in China, Russia, Iran, Africa, India, and South America.

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About the Book

Ronald Stein and Todd Royal, two seasoned veterans of the energy industry, explore the implications of a world reliant on intermittent green electricity in this book.

They highlight how the use of petroleum led to the Industrial Revolution; the dark side of electric vehicles, wind turbines, and solar panels; and why China and India – two of the world’s most populous countries – are rejecting the use of renewable electricity from wind and solar

Before fossil fuels, life was hard and dirty with shorter life expectancies. Thousands of products made from petroleum derivatives used for medications, electronics, plastics, and transportation simply did not exist.

Many developing countries still do not have easy access to fossil fuels. With limited transportation systems and few petroleum-based products, they do not enjoy the same opportunities as others.

Meanwhile, leaders around the globe are suggesting intermittent electricity from solar panels and wind turbines can save us. The reality, however, is much more complicated.

Find out what the world would really be like without fossil fuels with the insights and wisdom in Just GREEN Electricity.