Part1-Alternative and renewable energy

Alternative and renewable energy

Due to rapidly increasing population growth, in conjunction with diminishing supplies of energy, the demand for alternative, renewable sources of energy has increased drastically. Not only are alternative energy sources cleaner and renewable, but they do not impose a strain on the budget of nations suffering from significant budget deficits (such as Jordan). The staff of Leading Point have conducted studies on the demand for renewable energy in Jordan, and the impacts environmental awareness/neglect have on different sectors of the Jordanian economy (as well as the economic impacts of preserving the environment).

Renewable energy is one of the most promising emerging markets of the new decade, and Leading Point is posed to offer the guidance needed to obtain the most from this exciting opportunity. As renewable energy changes the structure of modern energy provision, as it becomes more commonly used and widespread, the costs per unit of energy will eventually drop, and the amount of energy supplied by each unit of wind or sunlight will also increase. Thus, renewable energy will be able to delivered throughout the year, not just in certain months. It is the target of world governments to make renewable energy the predominant source of energy by 2025. It is the target of the Jordanian government to have renewable energy encompass 10% of the nation’s energy mix.