Energy is essential and used everywhere. The mere absence of it may leave billions of people across the world cold and famished. With the world facing an urgency to transform its entire energy system, the stress on developing and deploying low or zero-carbon technologies leaped dramatically. The developed countries such as the United States and Europe are already willing to change their consumption patterns and businesses to incorporate energy - precisely, clean energy.
The lion's share portion of energy comes from fossil fuels, and the dominant fossil fuels used today by most industrialized and developing nations are coal, oil, and natural gas. Among these, oil is the most consumed for energy conversion, followed by coal, then natural gas. Production of these fossil fuels is expected to surge, approximately doubling the amount of use of each fossil fuel. As the world population continues to increase, and the limited amount of fossil fuels begins to diminish, the effective tackling of the ever-increasing global demand for energy becomes nearly impossible. There are a number of ways to convert energy without fossil fuels, and many are being used, but not nearly to their full potential. Countries must take initiatives to leverage greater use of renewable energy resources, such as geothermal energy or nuclear power so that the world can be well prepared when the supplies of fossil fuels are not as bountiful as they seem today.
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