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24 December 1993

GENI Computer Model

Dear GENI Friend,

GENI begins the new year with new partnerships and further authenticity. It's a pleasure to report our recent progress.

As you know, your support has allowed us to begin work on the GENI Computer Model... doing the cost/benefit analysis of this energy scenario compared to those of the World Energy Council (which are not sustainable). We are fortunate to have two very committed simulation researchers working on the project every week. The GENI research project received the attached endorsement of the Mission Earth Task Force of the Society for Computer Simulation (SCS), as well as the recent article by the SCS Founder in last month's issue of their magazine, Simulation.

We also helped with a feature story in the January 1994 issue of Mechanical Engineer, the magazine of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Reaching thousands of M.E.'s around the world, the title and lead line reads Connecting the World's Electrical Grids. Transmission systems that send bulk power over long distances are proving that global energy networks are technically feasible if economic and political incentives surge. (by Michael Valenti, Associate Editor). More credibility and global awareness.

We have a very important year ahead. Your support makes these results possible.

In partnership,

Peter Meisen
Executive Director

Keywords : GENI Computer Model,sustainable development, global energy network institute, international electricity transmission, grid, power, environmental educational programs, peace, zero population growth, stabilization, life expectancy.

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