The vast majority of energy produced around the world is contrived from what we must consider to be dirty production systems. The creation of this energy has many negative side effects that will be a reality to humanity for years, decades, even centuries to come. Energy is consumed without thought of where it coming from and without regard to what comes afterwards.
Power in the developed world is strictly controlled and expensive. If you want warm showers, a stove to cook dinner on, or an illuminated screen to watch then you have no choice but to pay your government or the private companies they license for their access to the power that they control.
The developed world needs to be conscious that the energy that people are consuming is clean. For underdeveloped countries, the problem isn’t that they can’t obtain clean power, it’s that they have no access to power at all. Grid systems don’t reach rural areas and billions of people are disconnected and left in the dark.
Nearly 20 percent of the people in the world—over 1.3 billion—don’t have access to electricity, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA)
Nearly 3 billion people—not far shy of half the global population—depend on firewood, charcoal, and dung to make the heat they need to cook food. The costs to their health and the environment are real.
Inefficient Power Sources
Rest assured, we have the solution.