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3 comments on “Energy Transition Pavilion combines renewables under one roof”

  1. The 300 billion tons of green waste biomass that can be converted into fuel catalytically, as in petroleum formation, are left unaccounted for in your structure. Wind and solar cannot fully replace fuels from waste biomass. All petroleum comes from waste biomass and today we can produce it in the same way from waste biomass instead of letting it rot and burn.

  2. I find it very successful. It's exactly my way of thinking - not only thinking in grids, but also thinking beyond the present.
    Bioenergy, yes, as a circular economy, but if it involves monocultures (corn cultivation), I tend to reject this form.
    Photosynthesis, as a form of production, was given too little attention in the past, so I'm all the happier that it's appearing here again.

  3. thanks dr Koch for raising awareness of the more than enormous potential of waste biomass. Of course, the process by which biomass residues ultimately become crude oil takes too much time. But waste biomass that would otherwise simply decompose and still produce CO2 should in any case be considered for energetic use. The more densely populated a settlement area (big cities!), the higher the amount of waste biomass and the shorter the transport routes to the processing plant. The big cities should probably lead the way here and a spear for salvaging the potential. Do you know regions or plants in which waste is used particularly efficiently or innovatively to generate energy?

    Thank you also Mr. Klotz, photosynthesis has grown over billions of years and is so complicated that we are deciphering its secrets bit by bit. At first glance, the purely energetic efficiency of photosynthesis is not very efficient, but nature seems to optimize according to other criteria (redundancy, stability of the whole, rapid adaptation, multifunctionality, circular economy, etc.).

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