Monday, January 4, 2016

Enterprises TV Shares Insight on Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is one of the top items in the US agenda for the next four years. The Obama administration is aiming for all federal agencies to draw 20 percent of their energy from renewables in that time frame. Enterprises TV shares insights to

Oil and gas exploration in the United States is controversial due to the methods in which these resources are found. Seismic survey tests are conducted on land and in the oceans to determine if there is oil and gas depositories beneath the surface. If so, then drilling operations are set up. Fracking, as it is called, is not earning a good reputation due to the possibility of its harm for wildlife, wildlife habitat loss, and possible polluting of natural water sources and air. Yet, US oil production produced over 9 million barrels last year.

Other sources of renewable energy come from the wind, sun and biomass fuel. These accounted for 11 percent of energy produced in the United States in 2014. More businesses and homes use solar power to heat spaces than before. It is efficient and affordable. Heating oil is also a by-product from the shale fracking industry. Prices for heating oil are expected to be lower this year than last year and continue to decline in the future.

The Enterprises TV show encourages consumers to research renewable energy options for both business and home. There are affordable and efficient choices. Fuel for vehicles is expected to be low and stay low, which means savings for the average consumer. The price of fuel alternative vehicles is slowly inching downward which means that daily commute to work and home will cost less. For those who prefer the traditional fuel, today’s new vehicles are more fuel-efficient than before. All of this is good for the future of the nation, the world and the Earth.