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Three Reasons why you should consider Clean Energy

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Clean energy has grown exponentially in the last decade and a half, maybe it’s time to consider new ways to power your buildings.


In recent years, clean energy/renewable energy has made large strides in market growth, consumption, and implementation in how people power their buildings. If you’re a property manager, here are three reasons why you should think about using clean energy in the future. It’s not a decision that has to be made today, but it is one that should be considered.


Here are some simple, but worthwhile reasons, why it’s time to start thinking about renewable energy:


It’s predicted to power over a quarter of the planet — 

The International Energy Agency found that based upon the current growth of clean energy, it has strong expectations to power 26% of the world by 2020. That is a clearly defined upward trend in the aggregate consumption of these energies (wind, solar, etc. combined.) In places of environmental turmoil it can be used to help the waning safety conditions, like China, where they produced over 1000 Billion Kilowatt Hours of renewable energy.. in 2012. 


It has a place in our tech-heavy world — 

The U.S Department of Energy defines clean energy tech as supply-side and demand-side. These are technologies that either replace a utility source all together, or supplement utilities and reduce the overall cost and consumption. Renewable energies also are easily integrated into the most advanced facilities on the planet, and can be monitored with digital dashboards of all sorts. Clean energy is tech-friendly, which provides immense advantages in 2016 and beyond. 


It is a truly unlimited resource — 

Whether you implement solar, wind, geothermal, or any other clean energy utility, you have a powerful benefit: unlimited source of utility. Renewables can even be stored in power cells, to stockpile for an emergency or similar scenario.


Have you already thought about using clean energy in your buildings? If you aren’t, what ways do you best manage energy consumption in buildings? 

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