“Kick It” video by Tom Rand a funny look at what’s possible with green energy


My cleantech pal Tom Rand — engineer, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, now author — has a new book called “Kick The Fossil Fuel Habit” that’s attempting to raise more awareness of the potential for using renewable energy to wean ourselves from fossil fuels. He’s just finished a new video promoting the book, and it’s quite enjoyable to watch. Check it out.

4 thoughts on ““Kick It” video by Tom Rand a funny look at what’s possible with green energy”

  1. Hi Tom,
    I plan to build a 144ft sailboat with an electric motor that will generate electricity while under sail, have emerging technologies for collecting and storing power, and be a platform for green energy around the planet Earth. We will take students on two week sails. The first week will be like 1922. The second week will expose them to tomorrows technology and give them a clear perspective on how far man has come in 100 year and open their imaginations for their future. The construction cost is $7 million and $13 million for a sustaining fund. The exposure this project will generate for the next 25 or more years will be worth 100’s on millions. My cell # is 1-978-869-3170. tom

  2. Hey Tyler,

    Biofuels still generate CO2 right?

    Deep geothermal is interesting… I wonder what the longer term impacts of speeding the cooling the earths core would be? maybe no impact? Isn’t there sulphur dioxide and other nasty stuff released during volcanic eruptions? I suppose geothermal doesn’t necessarily mean release of these chemicals…

    What do you think about Bill Gates’ speech at TED? I discuss it here… I never really considered nuclear energy a green option but there are some compelling aspects to nuclear energy.. Some thoughts on Bill Gates speech are here…

    http://greenideastoday.com/2010/03/bill-gates-foundation/

    cheers!

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