About

Welcome to Ideas on Energy.  This blog is written by Timothy Reuter who has worked on energy issues in a number of different roles including as an analyst at the State Department focusing on the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council and later with the U.S. Agency for International Development where he worked on micro-hydro projects in villages and large scale power projects for cities.  Ideas on Energy focuses on the geopolitics of energy, technologies that could transform the ways we produce and consume energy, and energy poverty, i.e. finding ways to provide electricity to the 1.6 billion people around the world who currently lack access to it.

One Response to About

  1. Richard hickinbotham says:

    ITER Fusion France
    The only reason it can not be switched on safely is that the large amount of energy created can not be stored fast enough resulting in empty space
    But their is a way but with out acknowledging the inventor
    ITER which incidentally as cost over three and a half trillion pounds so far will never work safely
    Put my name to my mechanism and I will supply the energy capacitor
    Kind regards
    Richard

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