INTERVIEWS IN ENGLISH
INTERVIEW WITH PROF. JOSÉ GOLDEMBERG
INTERVIEW WITH PROF. JOSÉ GOLDEMBERG , TALKING ABOUT VARIOUS TOPICS IN CURRENT GLOBAL ENERGY AREA , GRANTED TO BLOG ENERGY SOURCES ON 14/11/12
BLOG POWER SOURCES : For an electrical system of any country, it is possible to maintain a safe, ie when there is demand supply power without dams with and without thermal reservoir, including nuclear?
BLOG POWER SOURCES : What technological barriers that still exist to fully exploit the pre-salt? There are estimates, in an optimistic scenario, that maybe there were approximately 100 billion barrels of oil in pre-salt reserves. Do you believe this expectation and what the basis for such a prediction?
BLOG POWER SOURCES : What do you think the Japanese perspective of "zero" the nuclear source (about 30%) in the energy matrix and replace it with renewable sources, mainly wind and solar, by 2030, from the standpoint of continuous supply of energy, not to mention that, in the transition from one array to another, the thermal fossil fuels are triggered?
BLOG POWER SOURCES : China uses about 70% of coal in your array. Someday in the future, with growth mainly renewable, we can expect this country to decrease the use of this fuel, for example, somewhere around 40% (below the U.S.)?
BLOG POWER SOURCES : The smat grid has any chance of being implemented in Brazil in the next 10 years?
BLOG POWER SOURCES : Thermal biomass are viable from an economic standpoint and capacity of power supply?
Professor José Goldemberg has a doctorate in physical sciences, USP, being recognized worldwide for their outstanding work and great knowledge. He held various positions in relevant federal and state governments in Brazil, such as Secretary of Environment of the Republic Presidency, Minister of Education of the Federal Government and Secretary of the Environment of the State of São Paulo.