England vs Japan
Surprising bold predictions from respected and enlightened experts at the World Economic Forum for a completely new daily life based on renewable energy by 2030. Article from 2016 ahead of the Annual Meeting of the Councils on the Global Future of the World Economic Forum.
Even now, the covid pandemic has not made any changes to the incessant world rhetoric about creating a new global closed-cycle economy with free clean energy and has only accelerated the development of a negative scenario associated with the vulnerability of the human population. The designation of the implementation of plans in such a short time at first glance seems poorly thought out, utopian, more like the plot of a science fiction novel. All this is so if you do not take into account targeted locations where, within the framework of bilateral interstate agreements, based on supranational interests, it is possible in the shortest possible time to create full-fledged projects appropriate to achieve the realities of a new everyday life. Green hydrogen projects based on geothermal renewable energy in those places where initial data are prepared for the start of stable production, transportation and consumption. Britain and Japan. Two very similar countries in terms of compliance with such a project, island states experiencing an acute shortage of energy, the cost of which is very high, with a high in-house level of technology, with an excellent prospect for the development of technology for using pipeline electrolysis green hydrogen based on renewable energy from geothermal sources (Iceland and Russian Federation). These are examples of countries where green hydrogen will be the basis of energy, and not as a service element, as in other European wind and solar energy projects, and suggests a real prospect of fulfilling many tasks in these countries by 2030.
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