Mark Jacobson is a Professor at Stanford. He has written several books and co-authored over one hundred research articles. His career has focused on better understanding the problems of air pollution and global warming and on developing large-scale renewable energy solutions to them. He has developed three-dimensional atmosphere-biosphere-ocean computer models to simulate air pollution, weather, climate, and renewable energy. He has also developed roadmaps to transition states and entire countries to 100% Wind Water and Solar (WWS), along with computer models to examine electric grid stability.
By Adam Aron, Mark Jacobson, Resilience.org
We’re making progress on electric power, but the other sectors are slower. We need really aggressive laws, especially in industry, and also buildings and transportation.
By Mark Jacobson, David Blittersdorf, Energy XChange
What will it take to reach that threshold and what obstacles and limits do we need to understand as we transition to a truly sustainable energy economy?