Daily News January 22, 2016

EXCLUSIVE The fourth industrial revolution will be driven by energy Davos-Klosters, Switzerland – Far from being a romantic dream, renewables are central to meeting the energy demands that the Fourth Industrial Revolution will bring. Clean energy now accounts for more than half of all new energy supply, said Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency, Paris. The bulk of new installations – more than two-thirds – come from emerging countries, he added. “To meet climate change and growth targets, around 40 percent of future energy supply must come from zero-emission technologies.” Continue reading. Five powerful ideas for global impact from social entrepreneurs Part 3: Design Is important, distribution Is key D-Rev is a non-profit social enterprise that designs and develops […]

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