Natural Grid


Least Carbon Fuel Cost Principle

Transition from Dollar Economy to Energy Economy 

The least carbon fuel cost principle is the use of the least possible amount of carbon fuel for a given amount of electricity, heat or power.

Since the 1973 Oil Shock Denmark successfully applied the least carbon fuel cost principle from renewable energy to energy efficiency; from spatial use to transport policy; from static to mobile enterprise; from transaction to use over time; from quantity to quality.

We have identified and developed the protocols, frameworks and financial instruments necessary to universally implement least carbon fuel cost policies.

We term the resilient infrastructure of resource production, distribution and use which results from these policies as the Natural Grid