ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER: In my heart, I had the will and I had the passion for doing something for the environment. That would bring emissions back to levels not seen since the early 20th century. For something we use every day, energy is a pretty mysterious concept. Those leaky window frames cost her too much in lost heat. You know this is the biggest car market in the world, right here in California. Schwarzenegger says you can be green and thrive; his critics say it is impossible. The battery also charges when the driver hits the brake. You've got, you know, crime, violence, a lot of economic desperation, you know. But at the same time, we also must tackle climate change, because not doing anything is also a choice. Report a Problem | And private car ownership is continuing to rise. But here's the real lesson of California, we must continue to provide the prosperity for our people in a lifestyle that Americans have come to expect. JACOB WOODRUFF: This is what you end up with. But California has lost 400,000 manufacturing jobs in the last eight years, and his critics fear that a clean energy future means more of the same. NARRATOR: Ed Begley is the ideal of the modern Californian: energy conscious, environmentally aware and, like the governor, a movie star. I predict that if we implement AB 32, over the next several years, as the increased energy costs kick in, you will begin to see job flight and capital flight from California. Nova Energy Co. is a corporation lessee based in Denver, Colorado for 2 oil and gas leases—1 is authorized and 1 is closed. Putting food on the table and having a roof over your head, those are more immediate concerns. Hard as it is to swallow, cutting-edge theories are suggesting that our universe may not be the only universe. NARRATOR: But there are a lot of people out there who don't believe him. National corporate funding for NOVA is provided by Draper. Nova Energy is the first company to set up a design center, production and maintenance center in Vietnam. Today he's in Richmond, a low-income area between San Francisco and Sacramento. MARLO LEWIS: Energy prices will go up. Bill Nye, I don't think has dimmable compact fluorescents. NARRATOR: But there has been no gold rush for Jim and Myra Malkiewicz. NARRATOR: The man they call "the governator," California's Arnold Schwarzenegger, is waging war. In the meantime, over the next 12 years, for efficiency improvements to homes and commercial buildings, Californians face upfront costs of some $50 billion, although the eventual payback could be even bigger. With California's insatiable need for energy, is it possible? Copy a link to this video to your clipboard. And that's what we are suffering under right now. But the bigger risk, I would say, is the risk of inaction in the face of climate change. We need, we need to see it right away. The Tehachapi Pass is 80 miles from L.A. Long transmission lines are needed to link it to the city, and a lot of people are opposed to them. Two new contracts in South Africa for 132 MW. Of the 24 million cars driven in California, less than two percent of them are hybrids. NARRATOR: G.M., Ford, Toyota and other manufacturers have all announced plans to produce these cars of the future. This classification allows us to provide financial services of securing buy and sell positions in both futures and options markets. DANIEL KAMMEN: Cars are a problem. However, I am not financially able and neither are many of my neighbors. So the governor has another possibility in mind. But could such a cloud over the economy have a silver lining? NARRATOR: California was built on the car. We cannot process prescriptions. And margins are shrinking: the cost of fuel is going up, the cost of foam is going up. VIJAY VAITHEESWARAN: I think the endgame for energy is the convergence of automobiles and electricity: these two magnificent but dinosauric industries that have been apart since the days of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison. VAN JONES: There's no way to beat global warming without weatherizing millions and millions of buildings. Investing in more efficient equipment is simply beyond them. STEVEN CHU: Take this as a challenge. At this rate of progress, it would be very difficult for the governor hit his target for renewables: 33 percent by 2020. Check with your doctor if you have any preexisting medical conditions, are pregnant, or are nursing. VIJAY VAITHEESWARAN: California is going to get things wrong. By creating an account, you acknowledge that PBS may share your information with our member stations and our respective service providers, and that you have read and understand the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. And this is their temple, the Luscious Garage of San Francisco. And the consensus is that if a new car buyer can't make back the increased cost for higher fuel economy in about three years, they're not interested. Let's say we go up by $1,000 a month. What's great about that is most Americans only drive 25 miles a day. And others feel nuclear, while expensive, could provide a crucial bridge of reliable power while the technological problems of renewables are figured out. You see that it's very thin, it's flexible and you're creating electricity. California has got the biggest chunk of its greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles of any state. I put another thousand watts, and then I put another thousand watts. Nova Energy, Perth, Western Australia. It’s all of this and more. I mean, the most respected scientists have made that clear, by the...thousands of scientists have made that clear. Nova keep things straightforward and easy to understand, and their team is based right here in New Zealand. Major funding for NOVA is provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the NOVA Science Trust, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS viewers. Well, in California the wind still blows at night. NARRATOR: Willie Mae Payne knows just what he means. But they can't afford it. Your report has been successfully submitted. It's an odorless, colorless gas that traps heat in the Earth's atmosphere. To some people they are the most important possession in their life. The governor promises it can. MYRA MALKIEWICZ: It's not easy to remain a businessperson in California. People like many in the community of Richmond, California. You can take that to the bank. Renewable energy is becoming cheaper than from fossil fuels. NARRATOR: It took six years to get permission to link these new turbines to L.A., and the lines aren't even up yet. ANNOUNCER: ...governor of the great state of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger. To many, it is a religion. I guarantee you, you know, those windows are leaking a lot of energy. Nova Energy Drink was established in 2019 when we saw the need for a better energy drink in the marketplace. NARRATOR: In the Tehachapi, Oak Creek Energy has installed the first of 1,500 new turbines that could replace the capacity of nine coal power plants, if certain problems can be solved. Why use Nova Energy? Darrin joined Nova Energy in 2012 and has come full circle from where he began his career work on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange back in 1987. NARRATOR: He plans to slash California's carbon dioxide emissions in a move that could affect people's jobs, homes, even the cars they drive. NARRATOR: The vicious pincer of higher costs at a time of recession has devastated their profit margins. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER (Film clip from The Terminator ) : Hasta la vista, baby. NARRATOR: The plan is bold, laying out a whole new energy landscape, with thousands of new wind turbines, solar panels and green industries. There is no doubt about it. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER (Speaking to the United Nations): Action, action, action. And, of course, the obvious reason is people do have to get around, and that's the only way you can get around. There's currently research being done to make the internal combustion engine more efficient and to create lighter and cheaper batteries that can store more energy. It's the biggest car market in the U.S.A., and one of its biggest selling models is the S.U.V. We can make our goal and reach our goal of renewables by the year 2010, easily. NARRATOR: Here's an example of a new opportunity for workers like Rodney Lee, who entered a training program to learn how to install solar panels. These are the jobs of the future. It's a real issue. STEVEN CHU: When people say that the price of energy would go up, is that possible? You just can't do it without that. Could California serve as a model for national energy policy, or are the risks too great? And they'll continue to generate electricity for, you know, 25 to 30 years. So just how big a gamble is it taking? And we know that we are creating it. NARRATOR: It is a compelling vision, a place where people drive plug-in cars powered by the sun and the wind, no emissions, everything clean. NARRATOR: For over a hundred years, greenhouse gas emissions have risen unrelentingly. There is ways of going where we can revisit it. NOVA Energy Solutions provides specialized services to a wide customer base including government agencies, commercial and industrial customers, large and small engineering and construction companies and Electrical Contractors throughout Arizona. But unlike efficiency improvements, solar panels are out of reach for most homeowners. I guarantee you they've got old refrigeration that's using way too much energy. But a larger issue is where all of California's energy will come from in the first place. NARRATOR: There is a backup plan: build new natural gas plants. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. She has every incentive to save energy. NARRATOR: His example has inspired his slightly competitive neighbor to embark on a similar path. NARRATOR: Right now, this thin film is covered with thick glass sheets. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Greenhouse gas emissions are, at this point in time, a fairly theoretical problem. Can you survive the bigger costs in gas, fuel, electricity? I had been out of work for about three months, and I felt, at the time, I needed to get an edge and try to rejoin the workforce. Thank you. We can remove the first show in the list to add this one. It's like printing a newspaper, a very long newspaper. CAROLYN COQUILLETTE: We wanted to use the hybrid car as the inspiration for the actual business itself. BILL NYE: Now Begley's got a wind turbine! If you are already a Nova customer download the app to: - Get notifications and handy reminders about your bill - View your electricity and/or gas usage graphs - Pay your bill by credit card or online eftpos - Set up a dir… DANIEL M. KAMMEN (University of California, Berkeley) : Places like this are just exceptional resources. NARRATOR: The nuclear fuel rods sit in water; a fission reaction heats it up; this produces steam, and the steam turns turbines that generate electricity, all without emitting any carbon dioxide. NARRATOR: The Big Energy Gamble , up next on NOVA. Copyright © 2021 Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), all rights reserved. We cannot call doctors for refills. This past year, the state had half a million foreclosures, lost more than 100,000 jobs and declared a fiscal emergency. They say that the people of California will pay a price for his green revolution. One of the big issues is that for solar and wind, in particular, they are intermittent. They need power on demand. In some of the areas, like here, this has become a least-cost way to produce power. Closed Captioning. CAL WORTHINGTON (The Worthington Dealership Group) : How about a used S.U.V.? And we're now exceeding the worst-case scenarios, both on the effects of CO 2 and climate change and global warming, but also, on the rate at which we're going to get there. The Tehachapi Pass on the edge of the Mojave Desert is a monument to renewables. Find it on PBS.org. Because it recaptures energy that regular cars throw away, a hybrid gets more miles per gallon. Still, they're sold out for the next three years, and there are many potential clients. Let's use high-speed rail. Directed by Rushmore DeNooyer. Right now, California gets 12 percent of its power from renewables. And yes, that's where the action is. These targets, most scientists say, must be met by the entire world, to avoid the worst effects of global warming. You know, they're not, they're not going to feel you. STEVEN CHU: As long as the lawyers and the lobbyists are part of this, progress isn't going to be made. Coal can be burnt to release energy when you need it, but what do you do if the sun doesn't shine and the wind doesn't blow? NARRATOR: Triple-pane windows with insulating Low-E coatings, automatic shades, daylight simulation software, advanced passive cooling: new technology offers hope that California can meet its aggressive efficiency targets. I do not believe that doom and gloom and disaster are the only outcomes. Instead, his plan is to cut emissions by making people use less gas, effectively raising average fuel efficiency for new vehicles from 25 miles per gallon to 44, by 2020. CAR CUSTOMER: I'm trying to find a car that we, that my wife likes. TOM AUSTIN: There've been a lot of studies about what people are willing to pay for higher fuel economy. You think about, you know, "I could go over to Phoenix.". Now, they’re also bringing you unlimited broadband* and even greater value when you bundle broadband, electricity and natural gas together. No one will have to sacrifice here.". CAL WORTHINGTON: We find that the used S.U.V.s are selling better than used cars right now. But California has something no other state does; its governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, once a Terminator, is now an eco-warrior. Even the governor loves them big. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER (in The Terminator /Film Clip): Trust me. That has put the focus onto one particular kind of car, the hybrid. Nova Energy Drink L.L.C.-Optimize Your Day Responsibly: Nova Energy Drink is for adults 18 years or older. Far from saving the state, the governor will destroy it. Nova Energy is a New Zealand owned-and operated energy retailer, servicing homes and businesses across the country. I'll check on that, but I think I'm ahead of him, yet again, in this key area...dimmable, dimmable...sorry, Bill. Still, solving problems like energy storage and a new transmission infrastructure will require a vast investment of scientific capital. From here, engineers take power from different sources and direct it where it's needed. NARRATOR: But the governor knows this can't be the entire answer to the car problem. NARRATOR: And that's the issue. Clearly, Nova is not simply an energy booster but a low-calorie functional energy drink, composed solely from certified organic ingredients without containing any added (coffee based) caffeine and refined sugars, nor artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. Whether you wish to produce electricity from solar energy generated from your new corporate building’s roof or you are thinking about such kind of installation when refurbishing the roof waterproofing or even if you are willing to give your roof on loan for such installations, well you can find tailor made solutions with Novaglass. WILLIE MAE PAYNE (Richmond, California Resident) : My energy bills are high. Schwarzenegger has placed himself and California right in the middle of a debate that is raging across the globe. NARRATOR: Van Jones is an environmental activist. California is the most energy-efficient state in the entire U.S.A. Now it's more critical than ever to distinguish fact from fiction. NARRATOR: California: 38 million people live here; it's the most populated state and the eighth largest economy on the planet. Sixteen percent of California's electricity now comes from coal. Another 15 percent will come from changes to how power is generated. NARRATOR: All things that make California what it is, the glitz, the glamour, the wealth, the businesses—big, small and high tech—all of this devours energy. We’re a New Zealand owned and operated company, providing great value energy for Kiwi families and businesses. Remember, the governor's aim is to make at least 15 percent of his emissions cuts by improving energy efficiency in private homes and commercial buildings. This is our Saudi Arabia, right here. NARRATOR: With an aging grid and a shortage of reserve power, blackouts have plagued California for years. And you can see, this is a finished product. As Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger launches a dramatic and controversial program to slash carbon dioxide emissions and promote energy efficiency. The main shaft turns a gearbox which ratchets up the speed for a generator to produce electricity. Can global warming be reversed without harming the economy? Most communities like Richmond are not even involved. It all runs on electrons. NARRATOR: It's a whole new way of keeping up with the Joneses. That's just one component. NARRATOR: And while no one can say for sure global warming is the cause... WOMAN: Just a lot of mud came down the street... a wall of mud. Sealing leaks in ducts and windows, adding insulation and changing light bulbs would be enough. NARRATOR: The state's public utilities commission estimates the shift to renewables over the next 12 years could mean as much as $60 billion in additional costs. What's going on now is a huge rebirth in the industry. Major funding for NOVA is provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the NOVA Science Trust, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS viewers. California is very car-intensive. Thank you very much. Historically, it's regulation, like the new auto emissions standards California is proposing, that will achieve real reductions. I quickly learned, the first year, I was saving money doing this cheap and easy stuff. NARRATOR: So this is the full extent of the governor's gamble. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER: Let's use a little bit more mass transit. I mean, I get over 45 miles to the gallon, it's a great car. Frankly, almost all the cars of the future, whatever fuel they use, are going to use hybrid technology because it's just more efficient. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER: I don't think that the rest of the country has time to wait and to see if we are successful. Personally, I would absolutely, today, change my windows and do anything necessary to make it better here. Nova Energy - Nhà thầu EPC quốc tế với năng lực thiết kế, sản xuất, kinh nghiệm vận hành bởi đội ngũ chuyên gia Santerno SpA hướng đến các dự án năng lượn And at Google they have a fleet of 10 plug-ins. Nanosolar is one of the new "thin film" solar companies. Innovations like these, ultimately, will reduce CO 2 emissions and costs. He promises no one will suffer, but some think he is leading the state towards disaster. ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE: The state has to build and maintain 14,000 miles of highway for over 2,000,000 California cars alone. La energía solar fotovoltaica consiste en la transformación de energía lumínica proveniente del sol en energía eléctrica. There's not many ways you can avoid that. What's really remarkable is that these types of places we thought of as high deserts, but in fact they're a remarkable place and an opportunity to start a clean energy revolution. VIJAY VAITHEESWARAN: Sure, there'll be some job losses. And by the year 2010, we are going to make $20 billion. MARLO LEWIS, JR. (Competitive Enterprise Institute) : If there were a mandate to cut energy radically, in one particular state, that state would see its economy implode. CHUCK DEVORE (California State Assembly Member) : It hurts Californians. NARRATOR: The enemy is global warming, and he wants the rest of the country to follow where he is leading. If we're going to get a solution to the climate problem, the energy problem, where it will not cripple our economy, science has to deliver those answers. PBS is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Whether it’s electricity, gas, broadband, or home phone, our New Zealand-based customer service team will make it nice and easy. 70 likes. NARRATOR: But will they be interested if new technologies can bring the cost down? Major funding for NOVA is provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS … More National corporate funding for NOVA is provided by Draper . NARRATOR: And left unchecked, no one knows for sure what the ultimate cost of climate change may be. If the state were to build more of these plants, it would be stuck with these emissions for decades, as well as compromise the further development of renewables. These panels will actually pay for themselves in about seven and a half years. The basic rule is the longer the blade, the more power produced, so much hope is being invested in a new, super-sized generation of turbines. REPORTER 1: Minutes after the power went out in Aliso Viejo there was the sound of screeching tires and crumpled cars. The glass adds expense but protects the film from the elements. And that's a gigawatt of power, of, basically, a nuclear power plant's worth of power, per year. I can speak for myself. NARRATOR: And the predicted effects of climate change seem especially dire in California: a 50 percent increase in the frequency of drought-induced forest fires; a sharp rise in heat waves and related deaths; millions of acres of coastal land threatened by rising seas; and a steep decline of the Sierra snow pack, the major source of water for California's cities and farms. JACOB WOODRUFF (Nanosolar, Inc.) : Here at Nanosolar, we start with a nanoparticle ink. They found that it … You need to get out now! When it comes to the energy itself, we source our energy from Todd Energy and Todd Generation, who like Nova, are part of The Todd Corporation - another proudly Kiwi company. One of them was to help the environment, but the other is to save money. The dark area is the ink, or the semiconductor material, and on the back, here, the metal foil that we started with. But Begley, he's got electric vehicles, all electric, zero emission, and he powers them up with his solar panels...coming after you Begley, coming after you! But the only thing is, when it comes to building the transmission lines to get it on the grid, no." Nova Energy, Leeds. And 33 percent, one third, will come from cutting car emissions. But California is at risk from what many believe are the early impacts of global warming. For Jim and Myra and their 60 employees, the prospect of a large hike in electricity rates is terrifying. Their family has been in the mattress business for decades, but with the increasing costs of materials, times are very tough. It's this crazy stuff that you have environmental regulations holding up environmental progress. NOVA brings you stories from the frontlines of science and engineering, answering the big questions of today and tomorrow, from how our ancestors lived, to whether parallel universes exist, to how technology will transform our lives. And when they can't get it, it raises one alarming specter. We’re a New Zealand owned and operated company, providing great value energy for Kiwi families and businesses. NARRATOR: There are more hybrids in California than any other state. Electricity's a trillion dollar industry where, even if we capture a percentage of that, it's a huge business. The problem? ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER: I want people to look at nuclear power. STEVEN CHU: I have to say, I'd rather see renewed investment in nuclear power plant generation of electricity in this century, than to build more coal plants. And we are making already $10 billion on green clean technology. NARRATOR: Cal is a true industry legend because he knows exactly what his customers want. 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