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Global investments in renewable power and clean energy continue to grow all over the world with continued upgrade in energy policies. Decreasing costs, continued research in technology improvements, and influence of new financing guidelines continue to intensify the opportunities in these markets.

Climate change has become an utmost priority for all the countries with many of them having recently announced targets toward energy-efficient improvements and upgrades. The Climate Deal signed in 2015 by nearly 90% of the countries, worldwide, needs investments amounting to tens of trillions of dollars by 2040 to achieve the set objectives.

Its all about Green renewable energy

As specialised renewable Energy consultants we use our experience and contacts within the industry to provide the best service solutions. We promote the need for renewable energy sources. This is due to various reasons. But of course, the top reasons are the ones that we have provided below:

Green Energy is clean energy.

This means that its impact on the environment is not that destructive. In fact, renewable energy sources come from natural sources such as solar power, wind energy, geothermal energy, bio-mass and the like. They do not exert negative carbon footprints or cause pollution.

Green Energy is sustainable.

When compared to other energy sources which are finite, Green Energy comes out on top. This is because it comes from natural sources that will never run out. Compare solar power to coal or geothermal energy to fossil fuels. This just shows that green energy is simply the way to go.

Green Energy is good for the economy.

It keeps the money inside the country, removing dependence on foreign energy sources. It provides jobs and income to the people and the communities where solar plants and geothermal plants are built. It spurs development as it strengthens infrastructures that will enable the country to supply energy abroad.

Green Energy is cheap.

Because the source for green energy is technically the environment, it is a lot cheaper than the coal, gas and fossil fuels. The cost will simply be concentrated in the setting up of the technology. But in the long run, the cost for its establishment will be offset by the minimal to zero maintenance or operational costs.

 

All of this point to the fact that Green Energy is indeed the way to go. If it is sustainable, pollution-free, inexpensive and can spur the economy and development, then it is the perfect solution to a lot of the current environmental challenges that we face.

We have seen first hand the effects of climate change not just on the environment but most especially, the people. The number of climate change migrants have been growing steadily through the years and will continue to do so if we do not cooperate in the fight against it.