Green Energy Congress 2019

Dec 02-03, 2019

Singapore, Singapore

Conference on Green Energy Congress 2019


Lexis proudly announces the conference Green Energy Congress 2019 which is going to take place in Singapore during December 02-03, 2019. Lexis invites the conventioneer from around the globe to attend The Green Energy 2019 with the Theme “Emerging Technologies in Green energy” to explore your research work and to gain knowledge from experts


Conference Name Place Date
Green Energy Congresss 2019 Singapore Dec 02-03, 2019


Green energy comes from natural sources like daylight, wind, rain, tides, plants, alga and energy heat. These energy resources square measure renewable, that means they are naturally replenished. In distinction, fossil fuels square measure a finite resource that take legion years to develop and can still diminish with use. Renewable energy sources even have a way smaller impact on the surroundings than fossil fuels that turn out pollutants like greenhouse gases as a by-product, causative to temperature change. Gaining access to fossil fuels usually needs either mining or drilling deep into the planet, usually in ecologically sensitive locations.Green energy, however, utilizes energy sources that square measure without delay obtainable everywhere the globe, as well as in rural and remote areas that do not otherwise have access to electricity. Advances in renewable energy technologies have lowered the value of star panels, wind turbines and different sources of inexperienced energy, putting the power to provide electricity within the hands of the folks instead of those of oil, gas, coal and utility corporations.

Market Analysis:

The Global Renewable Energy Market was valued at $ 1,405,646 million in 2016, and is projected to reach at $2,152,903 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 4.9% from 2017 to 2025. In recent years, the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix is on a continuous rise. Renewable energy is generated from natural processes that are constantly replenished, including sunlight, geothermal heat, water, wind, tides, and various forms of biomass. Many nations across the globe have started using renewable energy for power production, owing to rise in the environmental issues such as climatic changes and depleting ozone layer. Ever-increasing demand for energy and continuous decrease of non-renewable sources of energy, such as petroleum, coal, and natural, drive the renewable energy market. Furthermore, increase in awareness about environmental safety & security and government initiatives has fueled the market growth. High cost of investment for the infrastructural setup restrains the market growth. However, increased government funding and development in the technologies present new opportunities for future growth.

Scope and Importance:

Renewable energies are sources of clean, inexhaustible and increasingly competitive energy. They differ from fossil fuels principally in their diversity, abundance and potential for use anywhere on the planet, but above all in that they produce neither greenhouse gases – which cause climate change nor polluting emissions. Their costs are also falling and at a sustainable rate, whereas the general cost trend for fossil fuels is in the opposite direction in spite of their present volatility. Renewable energy is reliable and plentiful and will potentially be very cheap once technology and infrastructure improve. It includes solar, wind, geothermal, hydropower and tidal energy, plus biofuels that are grown and harvested without fossil fuels. Nonrenewable energy, such as coal and petroleum, require costly explorations and potentially dangerous mining and drilling, and they will become more expensive as supplies dwindle and demand increases.

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