About Yvonne

Bio

Yvonne Gamble is the CEO of 9TWO5 Motoring Alternative Fuels, a company focused on restoring American communities to flourishing models by saving automotive fleet companies millions in fuel costs, bringing communities and individuals into green technologies and creating millions of jobs through conversion of fossil fuel vehicles to alternative fuel vehicles. 9TWO5 Motoring Alternative Fuels products and services will significantly lessen the U.S. dependency on foreign oil.

Languages

English

Areas of Expertise

Leader Development, Business Development - new, Public Speaking, Public Relations, Social Media Marketing, Training and facilitation, public speaking, Thought Leadership Consulting

An idea worth spreading

We need to refocus our national economic growth efforts on building space as a habitable place to live, grow expand and thrive. “Space Build-Out” would open opportunities for new industries, new technologies, new medical developments, and a return of the U.S. economy to a flourishing model.

Social Media can make “Space Build Out” a household term that will flow as effortlessly as Facebook, Twitter.. Billboards, TV commercials, and K-12 curriculum, would promote “Space Build Out.”

“…in 2005, Virgin Galactic and the State of New Mexico announced that they had reached an historic agreement to build a state funded $200m spaceport on a 27 square mile area of land in the southern part of the New Mexico "the Land of Enchantment". Virgin Galactic will establish its headquarters and operate its space flights from Spaceport America, the world's first purpose built commercial spaceport, which is now under construction.” 1.

1,Source: http://www.virgingalactic.com/

I'm passionate about

Space exploration, commercialization, safety and entrepreneurial development. Empowering women to achieve our full potential in public service. Spirituality development for all people.

People don't know I'm good at

Hands on Alternative Fuel Conversion. I am EPA Certified, Automotive Alternative Fuels Drivability & Repair Technician.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Yvonne Gamble
Posted over 1 year ago
Are the Youth of today Writing the Future?
Youth are the test pilots of the future. Their thirst for adventure, zest for life and caution to the wind risk-taking make it possible to utilize this age group to determine what works, what people like and youth are the most expressive with their opinions solicited and unsolicited. The writers of the future are those who outlive the past. They are the ones who lived through the past and write the future with hope that is will not be repeated. The future mirrors the past only up to the point the generations of the past exist. Once past generations are extinct the future transforms and changes. Every human being on earth has a responsibility to the past, present and future. If this were not so, there would be no reason for one’s existence on earth. As humans move through time, they serve life as youth, leaders and writers of the transformative future.
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Yvonne Gamble
Posted over 2 years ago
Can 15 Technologies change the Clean Energy Landscape in a Post-Fossil Fuel world?
I agree in change towards renewable energy sources, not necessarily exclusively, but yes to change now, fast and consequently. Renewable energy in the U.S. is moving rapidly to fuel this nation’s future. Globally, more than $600bn has been invested in Renewables to date, including more than $100bn last year alone. Goldman Sachs projects global investment in renewables will approach $400bn/year by 2020. Renewable energy is also about jobs, real growth and job creation are in the more labor-intensive implementation, construction, and maintenance of renewable energy systems. The University of Massachusetts estimates that for every $1 million invested in solar, biomass or wind power, 13 to 16 jobs are created. National security is always of concern. Unlike nuclear, coal and oil, renewable resources have little or no hazardous materials involved, no dangerous transportation, and no unstable regimes from which to import them, no supply chains to defend by naval forces, and provide no easy target for a terrorist plot. The distributed nature of renewable energy means that thousands of sites provide power, not just a few. Moreover, as we saw in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the wind turbines held up fine and continued to provide power to many local users even when the conventional power grid was damaged. Lastly, a progressive energy policy should not neglect the lowest hanging fruit: Efficiency. The highest ROI comes from retrofitting existing buildings, vehicles and improving efficiencies. Fewer power generators needed, and less carbon emitted. Companies have shown that these projects have substantial returns; more than two-thirds of emission reduction projects had ROIs in excess of 30%! On a global world platform the time for study and lobbying has long since passed. The science is clear. The financials are attractive. Now is the time for forward-thinking energy policies that reward behavior that sought and penalize those we do not.
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Yvonne Gamble
Posted over 2 years ago
Can 15 Technologies change the Clean Energy Landscape in a Post-Fossil Fuel world?
If we were to employ your energy consumption reduction model and were able to reduce consumption by 25% from the United States, Canada, Australia and the richest Arab countries, how much more would we have to reduce consumption per year as we factored in population growth rates [1.2% per year globally] and doubling times [approx 77.7 years (use U.S. rate)? We can expect the world’s population of 6.5 billion to become over 9 billion by 2050. (http://www.prb.org/Educators/TeachersGuides/HumanPopulation/PopulationGrowth.aspx) Don’t get me wrong, I am a proponent of reducing our energy consumption in every way that we can from basic recycling to constructing breathable buildings (see Ted Talk by Doris Kim Sung: Metal that Breathes). Do you think we will become a society that lives in glass houses with mini nuclear reactors in our back yards? Is this scene from George Orwell or Clockwork Orange?
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Yvonne Gamble
Posted over 2 years ago
Can 15 Technologies change the Clean Energy Landscape in a Post-Fossil Fuel world?
I did not mention “the reduction of energy consumption in our daily lives” because reducing energy consumption changes the net effect energy use has on the environment, it does not increase nor reduce energy production. Therefore, while it is environmentally efficient to reduce our energy consumption it does not affect a growing society’s need for additional energy. Our need for energy is not determined solely by our use, but primarily by the numbers in our populations. This is why it is critically important that we “change by available alternatives,” as you mentioned. What available alternatives would you suggest?
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Yvonne Gamble
Posted over 2 years ago
Al Gore: Averting the climate crisis
Al Gore prospects at how FUNny it would be so simple to fix something we have made so complicated. He almost says if each person would just turn off the lights when you leave the room we could advert being without the energy for lights.
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Yvonne Gamble
Posted over 2 years ago
Doris Kim Sung: Metal that breathes
Breathable metal inspiring. The concept works. As Sung mentioned this type of metal fabrication has many applications. I wonder if NASA might be interested in this. I look forward to seeing more talks on this product.