Month: January 2021

Tomorrow’s Energy, in support of all efforts to promote the use of solar power as an ideal source of renewable energy, is in the process of creating a market for clean energy. In line with the ambition to encourage more investors to join the fold, this market initiative discusses the essentials of solar growth. This includes a dialogue on capital and carbon pricing, reinforcing public information on the potential and benefits of solar power, and the plan of action for transition and full implementation in various coal regions.
In this report, National representatives, leaders, and associations like Tomorrow’s Energy are reaching…

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In line with achieving carbon neutrality before 2050, the state heads of the European Union Council has decided to raise the bar and raise greenhouse gas emission reductions to 60% before 2030. This initiative is supported by that of Tomorrow’s Energy, and the approach taken states the transition from fossil fuels to solar as a source for energy.
Given that the energy consumption in Europe is steadily rising, according to a study conducted by the association, we need to turn towards renewable sources as a supply for this growing demand.
Leaders and experts discuss the best course to take in educating and helping coal-…

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Many things had happened within the year 2020, and one of those game-changing events is the efforts done to ease the climate emergency. Not only has this pandemic affected the economy negatively, but it has also as well challenged our established customs to adopt more sustainable strategies for our planet.
Tomorrow Energy’s annual event calls into action the most respectable innovators, visionaries, and leaders from every industry and government. However, it is in place of a physical event that the association has opted for it to be done online concerning the current COVID-19 protocol.
In this summit, a comprehensive …

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Energy derived from coal and fossil fuels contributes significantly to the number of greenhouse emissions released worldwide. This has caused great harm to our planet, and yet more than a handful of countries are still utilizing coal for the production of electricity. Although this fact is unfortunate, we look at the silver lining on how many are slowly transitioning into the use of renewable energy sources.
Not only does this help the environment recuperate towards carbon neutrality, but it has also improved the job market for many workers in coal regions.
Solar energy is a top candidate amongst all the renewable energy …

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As the average temperature of the earth’s regions continues to rise by a few degrees in a span of a few years, Tomorrow’s Energy took this as a waking call for us all to take climate change more seriously for 2021.
The association’s concern lies in the common notion that this problem cannot be solved by individual efforts but by systemic and societal changes – an idea that is more prevalent among younger generations from ages under 35. With that, this talk was pushed through to remind citizens can be the catalyst to the change we need to save the planet, and it has taken a positive turn.
This event was particularly …

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Now that all of our countries are in recovery mode, both emotionally and economically, another aspect of our survival is also quietly affected: the energy sector. The ordeal with the pandemic has put all efforts towards Climate Change mitigation and a sustainable economic system to a halt. However, some advocates won’t let that happen, which is why Tomorrow’s Energy has opened this opportunity to initiate a conversation with leaders, educators, and industry heads regarding this matter.
In the event, ideas were shared regarding the awareness that the pandemic has given us all and what most people had learned during the quarantine…

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A new modern strategy for economic growth and climate change mitigation is well underway since the recent presidency in 2019. Intending to achieve carbon neutrality before the year 2050, the European Commission discussed an outline of objectives after calling on representatives of different sectors to participate. The main approach is to maximize the benefits of a potent renewable energy source: sunlight.
Industrial Partnerships
In an attempt to build solar energy up as a supporting pillar for the energy sector of Europe, the Commission encourages industries to delve into solar manufacturing. This way, a supply may be …

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As pressure mounts upon the European Commission, roadmaps and game plans are finally laid out to ultimately phase out the use of coal around the year 2038. An 80 billion euro budget is allocated for this transition, and indeed it is about time that we had pushed through with this cause. In a dialogue between statesmen, climate researchers, and leading figures, there are two main considerations with the goal underway. Those are to 1.) initiate the shuttering of fossil fuel and coal plans and to 2.) secure the electricity prices from rising to impracticality.
Also in line with the advocacy of the European Commission in battling …

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According to a recent record of energy consumption from the latter half of 2020, Europe in its entirety has indeed generated more electricity from regions that had fully implemented the solar energy power system and other renewable energy sources. This only proves the cost-efficiency of renewables and will eventually lead to the electricity having more supply and lowered pricing.
It is quite enticing to experience all these benefits without being detrimental to the environment. In this case, fossil fuel and coal are being pushed aside and disregarded by many states in preference for eco-friendlier and sustainable measures.

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