One Decision


There is one decision,

the EU Governments need to make for the UN Paris Summit 2015:

EU hereby declares that we will no longer use fossils as driving fuel for cars, ships and trucks. The decision is made, transition period 15 years. (1)


The challenge is life in balance with Earth’s Eco-system, using existing technology (2) in an industry already creating many jobs. (3)
2030-2050: We could completely replace our energy production with renewables, making EU a Self-Sustainable powerhouse. The interconnected electricity grid (4) would provide EU with domestic production and export to the new markets of the developing world, based on a foundation of Shared wealth. (5)


Everyone happy!



(1) Here is an example of a synergy effect, making just one decision:
If the car industry would go over from oil to water, a global reduction of CO2 emissions would take place. Also improving the expansion of Airlines: If aviation invested in CETO, providing energy from the Ocean. This could irrigate soil for the production of food and biofuel, while improving the lives of poor farmers in developing nations. Assuming a growing tourism industry, since more people living and earning money, could mean more holidays. Cooperating with the airlines, nanoFlowcell could invest in CETO, if for example adjusted for the production of ionic liquid, providing cars for the new market in the growing economy. Urban Sprawl,

(2) The Equation, nanoFlowcell ( and CETO ( would unleash the Sustainable development globally, offering great prospects for unlimited electricity and fresh water.

(3) General Election Manifesto 2015, Securing our renewable energy future, June 2014, ‘Powering economic growth. Wind, wave and tidal power currently provide employment for 34,500 people in the UK, creating 70,000 more jobs until 2030.’

(4) DIRECTIVE 2009/28/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 23 April 2009 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources and amending and subsequently repealing Directives 2001/77/EC and 2003/30/EC. (59) ‘Interconnection among countries facilitates integration of electricity from renewable energy sources. Besides smoothing out variability, interconnection can reduce balancing costs, encourage true competition bringing about lower prices, and support the development of networks.’

(5) The investments would develop on a course of 15 + 20 + 50 years. Development of Water, Sanitation and Renewable Energy. (The Share)

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