As the world becomes increasingly aware of the need to combat climate change, the clean technology sector continues to grow and evolve. Clean energy technologies are renewable in nature and offer less environmentally invasive ways to power the global community. They not only improve our quality of life by reducing air and water pollution, but also mitigate energy dependence by creating renewable resources in local communities.
Despite these challenges, the transition to renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind and hydropower, is underway. Not only are these technologies increasingly cost-effective, but they are also a key part of the solution to climate change. In fact, renewables are now the cheapest source of new power generation in almost every market in the world, thanks to technological progress and changes in government policies.
In this publication, issued in collaboration with tech scouting platform Linknovate, we will take a closer look at the major trends in clean-tech and what we can expect in the energy sector.
The importance of water treatment technologies has grown exponentially in recent years as the global water crisis continues to escalate. These technologies encompass a variety of approaches, such as water purification, desalination and water reuse.
Efforts are underway to create newer, more effective and affordable water treatment technologies that reflect the current trend, and small and medium enterprises are leading this developing sector.