How to outsmart the future

09 May 2018

The demand for energy is increasing exponentially as industries and populations continue to grow, and this could push traditional power grids to the breaking point. Renewable energy sources, like wind and tidal, are doing their part to mitigate the soaring demands on energy, but they’re intermittent in their energy-producing peaks.

If we then add rising fuel costs and strict emissions targets to the mix, the scale of the problem facing organizations that rely on a secure and stable energy supply, begins to look almost insurmountable.

 

The demand for energy is increasing exponentially as industries and populations continue to grow, and this could push traditional power grids to the breaking point. Renewable energy sources, like wind and tidal, are doing their part to mitigate the soaring demands on energy, but they’re intermittent in their energy-producing peaks.

If we then add rising fuel costs and strict emissions targets to the mix, the scale of the problem facing organizations that rely on a secure and stable energy supply, begins to look almost insurmountable.


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