The Evolution and Future Growth of Renewable Energy

As you may know, Time magazine has released its top 100 most influential figures, including Tony Fadell, engineer of the Smart Home. This decision clearly showcases the importance of alternative solutions to the energy crisis. Smart Homes and the development of Smart Cities, alongside new renewable energy sources, point to a larger commitment and continued growth of the alternative and renewable energy field. I just wanted to bring to your attention an infographic from the New Jersey Institute of Technology that illustrates the growth of the renewable energy sector alongside the growth of the US economy. Currently there is $260-290 billion invested in renewable energy investments, and there are countless other advancements, from Concentrated Solar Power to tidal power to storage of energy.

This all contributes and proves that the renewable energy section is growing and has great promise for job growth and better environmental practices. Check out the informative infographic by the New Jersey Institute of Technology titled, “The Evolution and Future Growth of Renewable Energy.”Evolution-Of-Renewable-Energy-RedLogo-Compressed

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The Green Living Guy, Seth Leitman is a green living expert, celebrity and Editor of the McGraw-Hill, TAB Green Guru Guides. Seth is also an Author, Radio Host, Reporter, Writer and a Environmental Consultant on green living. The Green Living Guy writes about green living, green lighting, the green guru guides and more. Seth's books range from: # Build Your Own Electric Vehicle by Bob Brant and Seth Leitman (2nd and 3rd editions) # Build Your Own Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle by Seth Leitman # Build Your Own Electric Motorcycle by Carl Vogel # Green Lighting by Seth Leitman, Brian Clark Howard and Bill Brinsky # Solar Power For Your Home by David Findley # Renewable Energies For Your Home by Russel Gehrke # Do-it-Yourself Home Energy Audits by David Findley # Build Your Own Small Wind Power System by Brian Clark Howard and Kevin Shea # and more green living books to follow.

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  1. Reblogged this on TheGreenScholar and commented:
    From whence renewable energy has come and where it is going…

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