How We Can Increase Renewable Energy Production In 2023

Energy creation in previous years has differed from using one fossil fuel to another, but in the 21st century we can leave them behind. Leaving fossil fuels behind and working towards renewable energy goals leads to more jobs and a healthier planet. According to The International Energy Agency (IEA), “The world is set to add as much renewable energy in the next five years as it did in the past 20”. The IEA also expects global energy wind capacity to double until 2027.

There have been several advancements of ideation around creating renewable energy, things like wind energy, solar power, carbon capture etc. There is finally a policy agreement (Paris Agreement), created by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. This agreement is a legally binding international treaty on climate change, with a goal of limiting global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius. The agreement is helping society realize that we must act now before it is too late.

A newer take to being more sustainable is the use of carbon capture, this is a process of capturing carbon dioxide from industrial activity and power generation. After the carbon is captured, it is transported into deep underground storage. Right now, this is still not enough, but with the efforts from engineers and scientists we can work together to increase the use of this system.

In 2021, 36.3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide were released into the earth's atmosphere. By increasing the use of this carbon capture system, wind energy, and solar power, we can reduce the amount of Co2 going into the atmosphere and help save our earth.

Borrum Energy Solutions is working as a team every day to increase renewable energy production. We provide a family of wind turbine products and towers (the Anorra) that reduces your carbon footprint while offering cheaper electricity costs. We support other companies/individuals that work towards keeping our planet sustainable by raising awareness through social media and working together as a team to increase clean renewable energy production.

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