Economy Yields Cleaner Energy Practices

By The New Economy, PRNE
Wednesday, June 22, 2011

LONDON, June 23, 2011 -

The events of the past year have seen a remarkable transition in
mindset towards our future energy use. All over the globe,
renewable and sustainable energy sources are now being considered
an essential acquisition as opposed to merely desirable as
previously considered.

Already there have been some encouraging examples of how new
technology can be utilised to best effect. The Itaipu hydroelectric
damn on the border of Paraguay and Brazil contributes to almost 20
percent of Brazil’s electricity needs and around 90 percent of
Paraguay’s. Elsewhere countries are equally making use of their
available resources; wind power is gaining popularity across
Europe, while the US and the Middle East are starting to adopt
large-scale solar projects to make use of their sunny climates.

While a change of mindset partly explains the rise in adoption of
renewable energy sources, much more can be attributed to the
companies developing and improving the technologies that ensure a
more carbon-friendly future for energy production. Through the
Clean Tech & New Energy Awards 2011, The New Economy recognises
the companies that are guiding the energy future in the right

Find out more about the winners of the Clean Tech and New Energy
Awards in the Summer edition of The New Economy, available to
purchase now. Alternatively, view the winners list on href="">

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