Environmentalists, conservationists and environmentalists have all had their say on the future of American green energy.
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) and the Sierra Club are the two major environmental groups with big money backing the green energy industry, which includes some of the most expensive and polluting energy sources on the planet.
But the industry’s growth, and its growing influence, is going to be tested by its environmental impact and its ability to compete in the future, according to a report by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
The ACEEE, a non-profit, nonpartisan business and government research group, analyzed the cost and environmental impact of various energy sources and found that American green power sources have an average annual environmental impact that is six times greater than those from renewable sources.
That’s a big problem.
The ACEE report found that while the energy sources with the most greenhouse gas emissions have a green reputation, they tend to be the cheapest, emitting the dirtiest fuel in the country at a rate of about 5.4 million tons of CO2e annually.
That means that a large percentage of the environmental impact associated with the green power industry is due to the cost of the fuel itself, not the amount of electricity generated by it.
Green power has to be sustainable and competitive, according the ACEE study.
And the more environmentally harmful the fuel, the less likely it is to compete with cheaper, cleaner alternatives.
That is particularly true of coal, which is the dirtier and more carbon-intensive energy source.
In fact, according a recent report by Stanford University, American coal plants are emitting the second-highest amount of greenhouse gases in the world after natural gas, at nearly 3.7 million tons annually.
But despite the growing greenness of the green industry, its environmental footprint has grown even faster than its environmental value.
According to the ACEEE study, the green fuel industry has grown so rapidly that it now accounts for 30 percent of the U.S. energy mix.
That amounts to a staggering 42.6 million tons, or nearly 14.8 billion pounds, of carbon dioxide annually, which has a direct impact on climate change and has a negative impact on the economy.
The study says that the industry is on track to contribute an additional 7 percent of all greenhouse gas pollution in the U: That’s more than all of the car, truck and truck engine manufacturing plants combined.
Green energy companies have a lot to worry about.
Green technology is expected to make up more than a third of the nation’s electricity generation by 2050, and it has been in steady decline for decades.
That has contributed to the problem of the fossil fuel industry.
It’s estimated that in 2050, the United States will consume 6 percent of its energy from fossil fuels.
That includes coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear power, which are all heavily polluting.
There is still plenty of room for green energy, but not enough to meet all of its needs.
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According the ACCEE study, green energy’s environmental footprint is expected in the coming decade to grow by nearly 50 percent.
That would represent a staggering 1.8 trillion pounds of CO 2e annually, according with the ACFEE study.
That could mean that the green technologies that have grown the fastest over the last 10 years are likely to account for the majority of the emissions for the next 10 years.
That may seem like a big increase, but the AC EEE study says it is only going to get worse.
Green tech is expected by the end of this decade to account by 2035 for 40 percent of U. S. greenhouse gas emission, with nuclear power accounting for 15 percent of that.
That will mean that for every ton of CO-2 emitted from green technology, there is an additional ton of carbon that is released into the atmosphere.
That carbon dioxide has a cumulative effect of 1,400 times greater in terms of warming the planet than if we had burned coal or oil in the past.
In the end, it is the energy that is going into the green tech that will have the biggest impact on warming the Earth.
That shift from fossil fuel to green technology is occurring faster than many expected.
In 2006, the Energy Information Administration predicted that in 2020, only 3 percent of green energy would be built.
By 2025, that percentage was up to 26 percent, according The Atlantic.
By 2040, it was up 60 percent.
The EIA also predicts that the total green energy investment will increase from $6.7 trillion in 2020 to $8.9 trillion by 2050.
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