Building a ‘net zero’ community
The Net Zero Cities Symposium was dedicated to three focus areas this year. The first was in energy and conservation, the second on transportation, and the third on education of the next-generation workforce in preparation to enter these emerging fields.
The message we heard is that, internationally, numerous cities are retooling their infrastructures to meet the growing needs of a clean-energy future.
Already, new technologies that will transform the United States are gradually transforming our grid into a series of distributed power sources.
According to the Department of Energy, this is one of the fastest-growing trends in energy in the United States.
Over time, we will gradually move away from the large power plants of today and transition to many more, smaller power sources such as wind power and solar energy.
Additionally the automotive market will change from being dominated by gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles to hybrid electric vehicles and ultimately to electric
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