It's hard to believe that, as we're writing this post, about 80% of the world still relies on fossil fuels to some extent or another. We know that climate change is a looming crisis and it seems like the transition to cleaner energy sources should be among the most urgent priorities in our time. But let's take a step back and look at the bright side: We have a lot of creative minds working hard to create alternatives to avoid our dependence on fossil fuels.

In today’s rapidly changing global environment, renewable power generation projects have become nimble, sustainable, and innovative. Onshore and offshore wind power, solar, and geothermal

sources contribute to generating clean and renewable energy. Many emerging energy sources like hydrogen, wave and tidal energy already show great promise.


Onshore wind power generation is the oldest form of renewable energy and more than 60 countries have already started using it. It has the added benefit of being renewable and environmentally friendly, as opposed to green energy sources such as solar or nuclear power. There are a few types of onshore wind turbines that produce electricity for homes and businesses, but these models are too large to provide electricity for smaller communities.


You might be surprised to hear that the fastest growing form of renewable energy is wind power – and it's not even close. There are hundreds of billions of dollars going into offshore wind farms all over the world, and many other forms of renewable energy have experienced a surge in growth as well.

The cost of wind turbines has come down over the years and now most installations run at cost-competitiveness with fossil fuel-based power sources.


Solar power generation projects are constantly introducing new technologies and more extensive facilities and, in many countries, the solar capacity has already exceeded the target capacity set for 2022 as governments keep setting ambitious targets for decarbonization. Many projects paused during covid-19 lockdowns are getting back to work which means an increase of 32% in PV capacity according to BloombergNEF.


Geothermal energy is one of the most promising renewable energy sources and its use for power production, heating, and cooling buildings through geothermal heat pumps is increasing.


Ocean wave and tidal current energy are the two types of ocean energy that are most advanced and are expected to contribute significantly to the supply of energy in the future. The global wave and tidal energy market size was valued at USD 1233.21 million in 2021 and is predicted to reach USD 28802.48 million by 2030, increasing at a CAGR of 41.92% from 2022 to 2030.


Hydropower, or hydroelectric power, is a renewable source of energy that generates power by using a dam or diversion structure to alter the natural flow of a river or other body of water. Hydropower supplies one-sixth of the world's electricity, almost 4500 TWh in 2020, which is more than all other renewable sources combined.


Bioenergy is one of many diverse resources available to help meet our energy demand. It is a form of renewable energy that is derived from recently living organic materials known as biomass, which can be used to produce transportation fuels, heat, electricity, and products.


Hydrogen is a clean fuel that, when consumed, produces only water. It can be produced from a variety of domestic resources, such as natural gas, nuclear power, biomass, and renewable power like solar and wind. Hydrogen is a key component of future energy systems, especially when it is produced without carbon dioxide emissions.

As the renewable energy industry continues its upward trajectory, and as concerns about climate change and the demand for cleaner energy sources continue to accelerate, there will be greater emphasis on analyzing, designing, building, and operating infrastructure projects that support the generation of clean energy from natural resources.


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