Sustainable development can only take place with the increased use of renewable energy

Dr. habil Bai Attila, who is a professor of Economics and Business at the University of Debrecen (Hungary), shared his visions about the renewable future with the readers in an Editorial released last week (Trends in Renewable Energy, vol. 2, pp. 51-53. doi: 10.17737/tre.2016.2.2.0020).

“…Sustainable development can only take place with the increased use of renewable energy which calls for the use of different procedures, technologies, and plant size in each country.” said Professor Attila. Further he summarized that China is expected to use solar and water energy, Western Europe will use wind energy, and the United States will use solar energy for electricity production purposes. The utilization of waste heat produced by power plants still play an important role in the development of local communities. So far, it is difficult to tell which renewable energetic procedure will become the final winner, while the main feedstock for heat production most likely remain biomass.

Meanwhile, he believes that successful procedures are the ones which are able to solve both waste and carbon dioxide disposal at the same time in addition to energy production, such as algal technology.

Dr. habil Bai Attila also encouraged young researchers to join our team. “The future of Earth is shaped by the current youth, while that of energetics is shaped by renewables. For this reason, one of the main objectives of our journal is to help young researchers with high-ranking publication opportunities and high-standard knowledge about the future’s energy. … I would like to strongly encourage anyone who is thinking about joining us in the future.” said Professor.
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