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Published on Nov 16, 2010
"So what we need to be visualizing for America, if we want to make a plan for getting off fossil fuels is, even with all of the efficiency measures that we were discussing earlier, we need to be talking about wind farms the size of California. About solar power stations the size of Arizona. And about nuclear power stations increased five-fold over today's levels. That's an example of a plan that might add up."
David MacKay, chief scientific adviser to the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change and professor of Physics at the University of Cambridge, discusses his book: "Sustainable Energy - Without the Hot Air."
Recorded April 2, 2010 | Northwest Laboratories | Harvard University