Do we really think there is a national or global potential for the introduction of renewable energy into our daily lives? Who knows if it may be into homes, cars, businesses, or more, there are many locations where these different sources of energy to help with the reduction of the carbon footprint.
With everything that is happening along the lines of climate change and much more, we have a lot that needs to be done. So much potential exists in the complete loss of resources like coal, oil, and more, leaving the power grids bleeding the world dry of everything that currently powers all those devices to which we are glued nearly 24 hours a day.
So, where do we go from here? Solar power is a definite option, especially with the consideration of the fact that sun, wind, and water are consistently available and sometimes even in excess of what would be required for the power they generate.
This exists for the benefit of being able to power many different types of locations, including homes, cars, and businesses of all sorts. So many different batteries would be able to work off the energy that comes from the sun, while other locations that are more viable with wind or water have the potential to gain a great deal from the systems that they are able to work.
At this point, we have at least made a starting point for all of these options. There are other items like molecular resources that could be researched in their potential options for power, such as Hydrogen as I spoke about in one of my previous pieces. So many other areas of the world have found different options as well, even if they are only energy-producing in short periods of time. This helps to at least start the steps of finding out where to head with the research for the next level of immediate power needs.