Our methods of how we harness and utilize energy are changing before our eyes, but not quite fast enough. As the United States burns ever less oil and coal, the use of natural gas and renewables such as wind and solar for energy continues to increase commensurately. The need for more efficient energy sources grows by the day, and the technology we have must continue to evolve to be capable of keeping up with this demand of increase use of energy.
“To support this paradigm shift, both sides of the bulk energy system must evolve from a one-way feed to a robust and better integrated equilibrium,” Eric Gimon, Senior Fellow at Energy Innovation says.
The following article will walk you through the barriers of what is standing between society and 100% clean energy: