The Energy Crisis

The energy crisis

Enter the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)

Breaking down the problem

  1. Developed countries
    Who are currently still relying on non-renewable energy sources such as fossil fuels and need a faster transition to renewable.
  2. Developing countries
    Who have limited access to electricity and are forced to rely on things such as inefficient open fires to cook food.

Turning a skyscraper into a solar farm

Photo by Viktor Jakovlev on Unsplash

The Downsides

Key takeaways

  • Humans use A LOT of energy which also has a big impact on the environment. Sustainable, affordable, accessible, and reliable energy is needed.
  • When making energy more sustainable and accessible we have to focus on both the developed and developing countries.
  • A new technology called photovoltaic glass which is a clear solar panel is a potential solution for sustainable energy especially as it can be implemented on large scale in city windows .




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