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TYPES OF INFRASTRUCTURE FOR GREEN ENERGY IN ROMANIA

By MAFTEI DANIEL

Abstract

Across the world governments make decisions on climate change and environmental pollution saying that is the most important goal for the future of their states. Accumulation of environmental problems was done in decades of irrational and unplanned exploitation. Industrialization itself is not a bad thing for humanity [9], but how this is achieved can be detrimental to the future of global society. Environment reverses the conditions created for man in so many thousands of years: thus, economic life is becoming increasingly difficult through its activities. Plants and animals disappear land turns into deserts, people get sick. The present paper attempts to find solutions to a global, national and regional situation, referring to those types of infrastructure viable to produce clean energy in Romania. This paper argues the need of green energy and propose alternative and environmentally friendly cleaner solutions

Topics: green energy infrastructure, energy security, green alternatives, green investment, Commercial geography. Economic geography, HF1021-1027, Economics as a science, HB71-74
Publisher: Academica Brâncuşi
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:9c98af53245f4f4e8414a08dec6a6058
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