Le renewable are in the belief of many le most used energy supply sources in the world. Thanks to the news and the media visibility given to investments in clean energy systems, many believe that renewable resources are the main world energy supply channel.
It is in a report launched under the World Economic Forum, that there would be a denial of this common way of thinking and bad news for supporters of green energy sources.
According to the contents released by the Energy Vision 2013 – Energy Tranistion Past and Future in fact only the1,6% of energy needs world would be satisfied with renewable energy. THE'87% of the world energy demand instead, according to the experts of the World Economic Forum, it would still be directed towards the fossil fuels. Oil, coal and natural gas would still be, on the world scene, the most requested energy sources, together withnuclear energy.
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The beginning of this century, according to the report, would certainly have seen a surge worldwide in the use of renewable sources, also thanks to government subsidies and incentives, but the so-called transition to a more sustainable energy mix it would still be in place and far from being achieved.
However, an energy future focused on clean energies that sees greater investments towards sustainable mobility, it would be tied to membership value and prices that the energy resources market will offer in the coming years.
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Government incentives could also play their part in this transition, hoping that thethe goal is not only the achievement of the maximum profit at the minimum expense but also that of a world more attentive to clean energies and with a lively environmental awareness.
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