Sustainable Energy – Without The Hot Air

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This remarkable book sets out, with enormous clarity and objectivity, the various alternative low-carbon pathways that are open to us. Sir David King FRS
Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Government, 2000-08
For anyone with influence on energy policy, whether in government, business or a campaign group, this book should be compulsory reading. Tony Juniper
Former Executive Director, Friends of the Earth
Sustainable Energy - without the hot air
At last a book that comprehensively reveals the true facts about sustainable energy in a form that is both highly readable and entertaining. Robert Sansom
EDF Energy
… a really valuable contribution … The author uses a potent mixture of arithmetic and common sense to dispel some myths and slay some sacred cows. Lord Oxburgh KBE FRS
Former Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell
Engagingly written, packed with useful information, and refreshingly factual. Peter Ainsworth MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs
Everyone who cares about the survival of humanity should read this book. … I’ve been reading books about energy and climate change for the last 20 years, and this is the best yet. Stephen Tindale
Co-founder, Climate Answers
and former Executive Director of Greenpeace UK.
It is a fabulous, witty, no-nonsense, valuable piece of work, and I am busy sending it to everyone I know. Matthew Sullivan
Carbon Advice Group Plc
Time to start decarbonising, and stop recarbonising.
Can we go "cold turkey" on fossil fuels?

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