Climate change is the biggest haunting picture of the present, and the future it paints isn't of a bright day, but if gloomy retards created from today's pollution and supported in action by the lack of political will and the efforts to combat it in time.
A European Union-funded Interreg project, which aimed to promote the use of micro-grids, which was named Pegasus and was a pilot project, had started in this venture to help the citizens of Europe create a launch pad to kick start the individual responsibility and community responsibility as a packaged deal. This project was started three years ago and ended only last month with a great amount of data in the research journals to shape the way of this technology for the future.
The project was aimed at creating renewable energy in local households and then ultimately supplying that to the grids, initially the micro-grids that is in and around the locality to reduce the cost and the energy burden of the state and how to understand and study how interlinked community development can occur over the course of this green transition that the world is yet to undergo as a whole.
The main area of problem that arose during the project is part of the political structure of different partnering countries in the 28-country bloc. The legislative actions needed to combat climate change and promote such green projects have been missing from a majority of countries like Germany and Italy, where the roadblocks have proved very difficult to practice and preach what the world needs today.
The European Union has already issued a directive in this regard where people are allowed to be prosumers of electricity and supply structure, but the partnering countries have failed to uphold this directive as they hadn't had a concrete discussion with their industry personnel to come to a sustainable conclusion. The project mainly covered Mediterranean countries as their renewable capacities are higher when it comes to Solar PV and Wind energy production thus aiming to establish the ground rules for the future functioning of such programs both in Europe and globally
Tags : renewable energy, Climate change,