Shifting Energy Dependence Away from Oil #infographic

Shifting Energy Dependence Away from Oil #infographic

Oil supply has proven to be a bone of contention among many countries and thus a cause for the world's instability. It was therefore high time we stopped the international scoring in the name of oil and posed a threat to oil-rich countries. Finally, here's the solution. The renewable energy sources have been on the market for a long time and now, along with the launch of more alternatives, they are to become mainstream by a significant reduction in costs.

Owing to its rich oil reserves, Iran and Iraq have been in constant wars with the US. The crises of the 1970s to the 80s revealed America's dependence on oil reserves in the Middle East.  Not only did those wars result in unpaced conditions there, but they also resulted in global oil price inflation. Every time the conflict between the United States and the Middle East escalated, oil prices grew, resulting in revolutionary measures including the introduction of smaller, fuel-friendly vehicles.

Since fossil fuels are to run out, their prices are rising, and their negative impact on the environment, several nations, including the United States, have found ways to move to renewable sources. The use of lithium batteries has increased, but now other forms of non-renewable energy are to take the world by storm. It includes introducing batteries made up of various minerals, mostly Cobalt, Lithium, Graphite, and Nickel.
All of these steps will diminish customer and business dependence on oil and its associated goods.
The batteries, made at lower costs, would be affordable by consumers and will not only reduce fuel consumption but also reverse the adverse environmental effects of oil to the maximum extent possible.

Shifting Energy Dependence Away from Oil #infographic

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