Going green is a term that has been tossed around for several years now. Often with the impression that it is just another trendy phrase that may eventually fade into the background of our lives. It is also used widely and loosely. You can even say that it has become a part of the general ‘green jargon’ so to speak.
However, regardless of its current state, there are questions about going green that still loom around us: what does going green mean? What are we actually doing about it? Who is really going green and who sees it as nothing more than just a buzzword?
The practice of going green is all about making our world more environmentally friendly. It’s not just about using less electricity. It is about changing the way we use and produce fuel in order to have a positive impact on the environment going forward, including going green in large cities with sustainable transportation systems. This comes in the form of products we use, buildings we construct, and jobs we take on. For example, when you choose to purchase a hybrid car that generates less carbon dioxide (CO2) than standard cars do, you’re contributing to 'going green'.
Going green involves a shift in the energy sector that involves a variety of companies and is based around a wide spectrum of activities. Several industries, including oil and gas, are striving to reduce their negative impacts on the environment by using renewable energy like solar or wind power.
Hence, the need for going energy is on the rise in the country. Whether it be electric car sales going head-to-head with petrol-based vehicles, or a surge in investment in solar stocks, society’s view of renewable energy is changing. That’s why many energy companies are beginning to restructure, from exploration and production to focus on renewables and a place at the table in the electricity value chain. This has resulted in synergies between power and oil and gas companies, which have been crowned champions of renewables.
As the global energy landscape continues to change and evolve, we believe that this convergence will continue to drive value creation. And the major players of the industry that have been featured in this latest edition of green energy providers will also continue to play their part in it.
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