End of the Oil Era
End of the Oil Era
Climate-Centric Clean Energy
After endless global protests on Climate Change, finally America steps up.
Thanks to President Joe Biden and his progressive administration, the USA has rejoined the Paris Climate Accord, halted the Keystone XL pipeline and vowed “the most aggressive” carbon cut the U.S. can make.
That came just before Biden signed a climate-related executive order suspending new oil and gas leases on public lands, directing federal agencies to purchase electric cars by the thousands and seeking to end fossil-fuel subsidies.
Biden wants to eliminate net greenhouse gas emissions from power plants by 2035, a timetable some utility executives consider too difficult and expensive to meet. Climate activists are now waging a ” war on gas,” fighting pipelines and pushing cities to ban the fuel’s use in new buildings — and Biden’s early moves align with these goals.
A Sustainable Trend is Emerging – Clean Energy Growth is Inevitable
General Motors said it was setting a goal to sell all its new cars, SUVS and light pickup trucks with zero tailpipe emissions by 2035, a dramatic shift by the largest U.S. automaker away from gasoline and diesel engines and aggressively push to embrace electric vehicles.
GM also plans to become carbon neutral by 2040, pledging to tackle greenhouse gas emissions, dramatically boost sales of electric vehicles.
Committing To Clean Energy Will Not Be Easy…
Committing to Clean Energy will not be easy. It means most businesses will need to make changes in the way they create products and deliver their services. And most importantly it means Oil and Gas companies will need to pivot to a new model of energy that will create long-term sustainability in both job creation and Climate Change.
Our Blue Planet is involved in one such of these new models of energy by using sustainable biomass based solutions to replace fossil fuels in material and energy applications . NanoTerraTech is creating “Biomass to Graphene to Energy”… read more…