UN Puts Priority on Renewable Energy

UN Puts Priority on Renewable Energy

Providing renewable energy for 1.4 billion people living without electricity is the most important priority for the United Nations, said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Putting renewable energy as a priority will create new jobs, putting the emphasis on climate change, and achieving food security, said Ban Ki-moon to scientists at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Sustainable energy

Providing renewable energy for 1.4 billion people living without electricity is the most important priority for the United Nations, said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Putting renewable energy as a priority will create new jobs, putting the emphasis on climate change, and achieving food security, said Ban Ki-moon to scientists at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

Sustainable energy helps in dealing with every major challenge that is before us today, and that will appear in the future. We need to cooperate together in order to take advantage of this initiative considered Ki-moon stressing the goals of the UN to every village in the world has access to electricity by 2030, and that renewable energy sources and energy efficiency double by 2030.

We have the ability to create jobs that will stimulate the economy and provide a unique approach for all people, therefore the General Assembly declared 2012 the International Year of sustainable energy for all, says Ki-moon.

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