Poor countries and renewable energy

In developed countries there is a boom in the development, manufacture and use of clean energies y renewable. But this does not happen in Poor countries o underdeveloped that continue with the old scheme in their energy matrix based on the oil, gas and coal.
Not only do they invest little in increasing their energy capacity, which is essential not only for economic development but also to improve the quality of life of their population, but they are wrong when they do so.
It is common to hear that in Latin America or Asia it is planned to build a new coal plant, a nuclear plant or a large hydroelectric dam.
La UN has been promoting clean energy in poor countries for some years. Since most of them have a lot of natural resources to be able to produce clean and renewable energy that is not taking advantage of the enormous potential they have, since be it solar, wind, biomass, etc..
The states of poor countries still do not promote renewable energy, the use of these energy sources in these places is very insipient.
Poor countries must use and exploit renewable energy in order to improve the quality of life of its population, combat the climate change and achieve a sustainable economic development.
Renewable energies are not only for developed countries, everyone can benefit from their use, but a change in perception of the reality of the authorities of poor countries is relevant.
Promoting the installation and development of clean energies is essential to be able reduce poverty and the inequality of populations within the same country but also with respect to the rest.
Energy resources reach everyone but not everyone, because conventional sources limit access due to cost, geographic distribution and the need for infrastructure. Instead most of the renewable energy They are easy to install and have low maintenance costs, and they also have the ability to use the closest natural resources.
La poverty it can be eradicated with the help of renewable energies since they allow the development of economic and social activities where they could not before.


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  1.   Noetxu said

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