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Cop 27

To avoid serious consequences of climate change, the global energy system must be completely transformed from fossil fuels to renewables. Although the technology exists, time isn’t on our side. So, these were the underlying messages from the World Meteorological Organization on Energy Day during the UN climate change negotiations, COP27.

Global warming is among the most brutal menaces to our globe and its occupants. As we know, climate change due to greenhouse gases has resulted in disastrous outcomes such as increased occurrence and intensity of calamities, elevated ocean levels, and reduced variety of life. To evade further severe outcomes, we must act immediately.

Initially and primarily, we must enhance communal consciousness regarding the immediacy and gravity of global warming. Governments, groups, and people must acknowledge the vital significance of transitioning from non-renewable fuels to sustainable energy resources.

We can motivate communal involvement and foster extensive backing for this essential conversion, by spreading awareness about the consequences of climate change and the advantages of shifting toward sustainable energy,

One important aspect is the requirement for novel resolutions to hasten the shift toward sustainable energy. Although solar and wind energy has made noteworthy progress lately, there is still a lot of work to accomplish.

We must allocate resources to explore and advance renewable energy technology to enhance its efficiency, affordability, and availability. This encompasses:

  • Innovating fresh storage methods.
  • Enhancing energy network infrastructure.
  • Establishing motivations for corporations and people to embrace eco-friendly habits.

It is imperative to emphasize the significance of guidelines and mandates in propelling the shift toward sustainable energy.

Authorities globally should spearhead the adoption of ambitious climate measures that prioritize the shift to sustainable power. This includes:

  • Establishing goals for carbon neutrality.
  • Allocating resources towards eco-friendly energy infrastructure.
  • Generating financial motivations to stimulate the growth and acceptance of sustainable innovations.

Eventually, it is essential to recognize the crucial significance of cooperation in the worldwide endeavor to confront the climate crisis. This comprises:

  • Collaborations with governments, non-governmental organizations, and enterprises to stimulate novelty, exchange information, and construct an enduring prospect.
  • Collaborating with emerging nations to aid their shift toward sustainable power and tackle the lack of energy access that persists in numerous regions globally.

Summing up, shifting from traditional fuels to sustainable sources is a complicated and diverse obstacle, yet it is something we must not disregard. Through collaboration, we can establish a viable and thriving tomorrow for ourselves and future generations.

Some of the strategies given by Future Market Insights are given below:

  • Remodeling Energy Security Planning Models - The unusually significant economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia-Ukraine conflict have revealed the weaknesses of energy security in some of the best-prepared countries. So far, the energy supply chain has shown to be a well-oiled machine, with a just-in-time strategy allowing for innovation and optimizing efficiency across the value chain.
  • De-risking Renewable Energy Investments: A Critical Measure for Preserving Capital Flow with Rising Interest Rates – The financial gap is still significant in emerging nations. Over the past ten years, the amount invested globally in the domain of energy transition surpassed by more than 3x times, reaching $ 750 billion in 2021. This boom in investment has followed a decade of economic growth, partially making it possible through expansionary fiscal policy as well as low target interest rates.
  • LNG: A Renewable Fuel to Reduce the Impacts of Climate Change- Energy transition has become an immediate step globally to reduce the adverse climatic effects. As a result, various industries are moving toward opting for an alternative energy source – a clean fuel with better efficiency and low costs. Such characteristics can be found in LNG.
  • Energy Transition by Global Oil and Energy Manufacturers- Companies such as energy producer Shell bear huge responsibility in encouraging the global transition to renewables in the sector of oil and gas. It further states its intention to become a net-zero energy company by 2050, making the audacious claim of having net-zero carbon emissions in Scopes 1, 2, as well as 3 implying that Shell’s direct and indirect business emissions, including those resulting from their external value chains, could become net-zero.

This blog was originally published in ESI AFRICA. To read the complete blog follow this link