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Suggestions of Energy Transition by Bill Gates

Patrind Energy Transmission Project

To protect the entire region from the disaster of unpredictable weather, Bill Gates suggests some initiatives. The work on the transition energy of hydrogen fuels can be the best selection. According to Bill Gates, the government should upgrade the power grids and entire U.S infrastructure. He forced to utilize fair resources and commit to innovative plans.

As hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table. It means it is the lightest element. Thus rises in the atmosphere due to having less weight than air. When two molecules of hydrogen gas react with oxygen gas, energy emits along with water.

This energy enables hydrogen to act as a fuel. Hydrogen is a good energy carrier and hydrogen fuel is a zero-carbon. It shows, a big business on hydrogen fuels can play a vital role to control climate disasters.

Bill Gates said if energy transmits according to new technology, labor can become jobless. So think about some alternative economic opportunities that overcome climate change issues as well as useful for all communities such as cement makers, coal miners, and factory workers. Bring such green economy ideas that improve the economy and bring benefits of the transition for everyone.

Transition energy of Hydrogen fuel is the best dynamic option that can bring clean atmosphere and also fulfill the need of mines workers and improve the economy.

Moreover, on account of tackling climate change issues, the prime minister of Pakistan has launched different projects that will turn Pakistan into a green land. He also mentioned the need of growing trees in his speech at the UN platform.

The Managing Director of the National Transmission and Dispatch Company (NTDC) inaugurated the Patrind Energy Transmission Project, on 5th November 2020, which was completed in collaboration with the US Government. This joint venture between the United States and Pakistan will increase the inclusion of 8 MW of hydropower in Pakistan’s national energy grid.

On the occasion, USAID Mission Director Julie Quinn said that the US government is committed to ensuring the stability of the country’s energy sector, and to make this sector more competitive by using sustainable energy sources such as hydropower, which is cooperating with the government of Pakistan.

She said that while working with the Government of Pakistan, we have worked together to build infrastructure projects, improve implementation, and promote policy reforms so that the country’s energy sector can move towards more efficient and sustainable improvement.

New energy users around the world want comfort, security, more engaging relationships, and a promising future for energy production. The energy market is currently facing challenges with its core conventional power plants and grids, which require higher costs to sustain.

This means higher costs for consumers. The current power and electricity model will not be able to sustain the growing demand for electricity with its main grid and infrastructure. Consumption is expected to double by 2050. The paradigm shift is necessary. The transformation of human-powered ionized solar-powered micro grades is what we are making. We want communes to generate their own decentralized solar energy.

Many of the problems we face include power company monopolies and duplicate policing, poor service or inactive service, in times of crisis, bad weather, or developing areas. Our economies run on energy, but the current energy system is expensive and inefficient. Generating useful energy is very wasteful that includes everything from mining, refining, and burning fuels to power transmission to long transmission and distribution lines.

In the United States, some estimates show an 86% failure to turn energy into a useful product that drives modern lifestyles and economic productivity. This ranges from asthma to climate change, and a significant loss of economic significance, creating immovable and costly health and environmental challenges. This shows that the US economy is not particularly energy-efficient. Of the total high-energy used to support economic activity in 2010, only 14% was converted into useful work.

In other words, the US economy wasted 86% of all energy used this year in the production of goods and services. One can easily imagine that wasting this vast space creates a region of expenditure that undermines the economic and social well-being of the nation.

Anesa Yasmeen

Aneesa Yasmeen; a Senior analyst on Current affairs who always focuses on exploring better-researched outcomes by deep analyst strategies. She is a passionate author and enjoys writing about the latest events happening in Pakistan.

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