Transformation of the USA from utilizing nonrenewable energy sources to renewable energy. Government encouragement in the sector.

Atakishiyev Murad (2021) Transformation of the USA from utilizing nonrenewable energy sources to renewable energy. Government encouragement in the sector. Faculty of International Management and Business.

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Abstract

Renewable energy is the future of the United States of America. The research investigates the renewable energy source utilization in the US, government initiatives, and companies’ innovative approaches. The US society’s clean energy trend is increasing day by day. During the last decades, renewable energy innovations have advanced to the point that US citizens can picture a future driven entirely by sustainable clean energy. The following research illustrates how the US states have targets in igniting the clean renewable power revolution. The technical advancements in wind turbines and solar PV panel generators have had a significant influence on clean energy generation. The growing market for clean energy sources around the United States is competing with fossil fuels and challenging them in energy production. The increasing economy of renewables attracts investments to R&D processes and startups. Renewable energy generation is becoming more affordable than oil and natural gas, which has already begun to rise in 2016.

Institution

Budapest Business University

Kar

Faculty of International Management and Business

Department

Nemzetközi Kapcsolatok Tanszék

Tudományterület/tudományág

UNSPECIFIED

Szak

Nemzetközi Gazdaság és Gazdálkodás (angol)

Item Type: Thesis (UNSPECIFIED)
Uncontrolled Keywords: hydro energy, nonrenewable energy, renewable energy, solar energy, usa, wind energy
SWORD Depositor: Archive User
Depositing User: Archive User
Date Deposited: 2021. Sep. 22. 08:32
Last Modified: 2022. Oct. 13. 13:21

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