G20 countries to expect renewable energy as most cost efficient resource by 2030


Greenpeace organizations across the globe make it their goal to "ensure the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity," and the sector in Germany is currently studying how our global society is dealing with anticipated environmental issues in the near future.

Fortunately, a recent study has found optimistic news regarding the world's G20 countries. According to a Greenpeace Germany-commissioned study, renewable, more cost-efficient energy resources such as solar power or wind will become the cheapest form energy by 2030 in G20 countries.

"There can be no excuses anymore," Greenpeace Germany energy expert Tobias Austrup told PR Wire. "Climate protection increasingly makes economic sense across the G20 as renewable energy becomes cheaper than dirty coal and nuclear,”  

The top 20 world's most prominent contributors to the major economic landscape have managed to adapt to using energy sources beneficial to the Earth's atmosphere, and many environmental experts agree that this is a good time to make global climate preservation a top priority.

The United States a key players in how much they effect the environment, so it is imperative the governing entities take a more sustainable approach to creating policies.

"Trump’s energy policy is simply a bad deal," Austrup continued. "The US has excellent conditions for expanding its wind and solar energy capabilities and states like California, Texas or Iowa will not miss this chance."