As the world faces an impending energy crisis with the depletion of natural resources, a holistic and tailor-made approach in meeting the rising demand for power could be key to discovering a lasting solution, contends one such innovator at the World Future Energy Summit 2013 in Abu Dhabi.
ccording to the most recent edition of World Energy Outlook, renewable energy could overtake coal and other fossil fuels as the primary source of power by 2035, even as global energy demand spikes 50%. This comes as no surprise to Sara Da Canal, Cheffe De Projet (Head of Project) of Energy8, “long term analysis, it [renewable energy] is going to be our only solution [to solving the world’s energy problems], adding “the only thing is to look at how we arrive at the end, which is the right path to follow, through today to the future.”
The Geneva-based Energy8 aims to partake in the process by developing turnkey solutions to meet the power needs of construction and industrial projects across the world as sustainably as possible.
“We propose a portfolio of energy with the best application for your needs and location,” states Sara, “the main goal of our company is to study on-site solutions, bringing forward the best of technology available [for clients] to choose from without any preference.”Read more