Solutions for the Climate Change

Solutions for the Climate Change


One of the most feasible solutions to fight against climate change is the high adoption of renewable energies.

Renewable energy sources are becoming increasingly efficient and competitive as a result of continual innovation, and new technologies are on the horizon.

They not only generate electricity without emitting greenhouse gases, but they are also virtually inexhaustible. Renewable energies are the foundation of the energy transition. To be more specific, the energy used is never actually renewed, but rather transformed into electricity. In contrast to fossil fuels like coal and oil, these are energy sources like wind and sunlight that renew themselves independently of how they are used.

One of the most popular renewable energy sources nowadays is solar power. Solar photovoltaic power, like wind power, is a driving force in the current energy transition. While its role was considered marginal only a few years ago, it is now experiencing rapid growth: global photovoltaic capacity increased from 40 GW in 2010 to 580 GW in 2019. Above all, credit must be given to advances in technological innovation, particularly in the field of materials science, which have enabled photovoltaic plants to compete economically with fossil fuels. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) reports that the cost of producing electricity from photovoltaics has dropped by 82% in the last decade.

And the future looks even brighter: with next-generation technology, it will be possible to increase solar panel efficiency by 30% and productivity by more than 20% over current levels.