Electricity production is still the single most significant source of emissions that contributes to climate change. However, minimizing emissions from the electrical industry is inadequate. Many sectors, such as road transport and household and commercial heating, must also be powered using clean energy.
The only way is to supply them with clean, renewable energy and other low-emission solutions. The task may be daunting, but if we are willing to continue taking decisive actions, numerous instruments are available to accomplish the necessary adjustments within this time frame.
The urgency of reducing emissions from transports and industrial complexes is far more apparent on a national scale. Electric utilities were the dominant contributor to greenhouse-gas pollution in the United States for about 40 years. The transportation industry eventually topped the electrical utility sector for the first time in 2016.
The transition occurred in part due to the power sector’s increased use of low-emission resources and systems. Yet, the energy industry continues to be the primary source of greenhouse gas emissions. This is why Green Resource Advocates works in the regions to develop renewable energy to combat climate change.