Growing demand for electricity and renewable energiesHerisau, )
The rising demand for electricity is coming primarily from China and India. According to the International Energy Agency, electricity generation from renewable energies will increase by around eight percent in the current year. This refers to wind power, hydropower and the photovoltaic sector. But overall and in view of the growing demand for electricity, this is too little. Investment in clean energy technologies must be increased if climate targets are to come within reach. The world's population is growing fast. Today, there are around 7.8 billion people on earth; by the end of the 21st century, the number is expected to reach eleven billion. Per capita electricity consumption is growing even faster than the world's population.
The fastest-growing market for renewable energies is likely to be India. According to the International Energy Agency, growth here could reach 70 percent by 2040. The photovoltaic sector in particular is forecast to grow strongly in the future. Renewable energy technologies require immense amounts of raw materials. These include copper and silver, for example. Hannan Metals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6PFpRjvfTo - has these raw materials in its San Martin copper-gold-silver project in Peru. In addition, exploration is underway at other projects.
In addition to the immense electricity needs of countries, feeding the world's growing population is another important issue, as many still go hungry or have hardly any clean drinking water. Progress made in recent years is threatened by conflicts, climate change and the Covid 19 pandemic. This makes innovative technologies such as EnWave's - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjQ1f_OVjiE - Radiant Energy Vacuum ("REV™") dehydration technology all the more important. That's because it can be used to preserve food and pharmaceutical products, as well as cannabis products. The drying method scores with low temperature, color, taste and that the nutrients of the products are preserved.
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