Kinetic energy – future of the energy economy
The New Energy Outlook is the future of the energy economy. Kinetic Energy plays an important role nowadays.
Usually, people will come up with an idea, which energy will be the most used during the home life in the future? Of course, to generate the power itself would be the best. Today we try to figure out the points.
The below analysis has been designed to support strategy development and long-term planning, especially in the lead-up to COP26 in November. NEO 2021 Key Messages.
1. Primary Energy Supply
Each of our net-zero scenarios describes major transformations in the primary energy supply. Today, some 83% of primary energy is fossil fuels, while wind and solar PV accounted for 1.3%. In our Green Scenario, which prioritizes clean electricity and green hydrogen, wind and solar grow to 15% of primary energy in 2030, 47% by 2040, and 70% in 2050, split 62% wind and 38% PV. Nuclear makes up a whopping 66% of primary energy in 2050, compared with 5% today. In contrast, where widespread use of carbon capture and storage means coal and gas continue to be used, fossil fuels decline just 2% a year to 52% of primary energy supply in 2050, with wind and PV growing to 26%.
2. Clean power
Hydrogen must scale rapidly from its current very small base, but the size of its role varies widely by scenario.
Electrification plays a large role. Across all scenarios, the use of electricity in industry, transport, and buildings raises its share of total final energy to just below 50% in 2050, from 19% today. As a result, electricity generation is almost 62,200TWh, more than double the 2019 total. But in the Green Scenario, where electricity is also used to produce large quantities of hydrogen, power generation is twice as large again – more than 121,500TWh, or roughly 4.5-times 2019 levels. This is split between green hydrogen production, which takes 49%, and 51% that is consumed directly in the end-use economy. While the first 1,000 gigawatts of wind and PV took twenty years to deploy, getting to net-zero emissions in our Green Scenario will need about 1,400GW of renewables to be deployed every year, on average, for the next three decades. In our Green Scenario the market opportunity for renewables is staggering:
Kinetic energy is a way of the energy that converts kinetic power to be Electrification, This way helps to decrease the materials used in the house and meanwhile, it has been greatly helpful to give solution to the wires and energy generation.
To develop clean power is the goal of Ebelong who has been working on. More and more countries found that the environment is becoming very important, Ebelong is looking to find out the way which generates the power itself through kinetic energy. With more than 10 years of hard work, Ebelong has now the micro energy harvest as its core technology which is to be with electronic products. It’s believable that it will take the place of other battery-operated items and even wired devices.
We expect that kinetic energy will greatly help to improve human life in the upcoming future.