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Energy is like Oxygen, You do not think about its importance till you don't have it anymore. Energy gives life, creates life, moves life, evolves life, and ends life. Humanity uses Energy with Great Power, in our daily lives because it powers our universe and is a basic human need. We use it to heat and cool our human-made structures, use energy to walk and bicycle, to move cars along roads and boats through water, to cook food on stoves, to make ice in freezers, to light our homes and offices, to manufacture products, and to send astronauts into space. Energy is so powerful that we must Evolve how we use that Power to Responsibly, Sustainably, Profitably, and Renewably create tomorrow's Future!

Energy Transition 

Energy is the most abundant and powerful force that our humanity has learned to control, and use for our greatness. Yesterday, we learned how to create, generate, and use Energy. Today, Energy is a rapid change and transition running full force towards the Evolving future. To control, build, utilize, and profit from this transition; understanding Energy is a humanitarian, industrial, and corporate endeavor. Understanding allows for decisions to be made, importance to be driven, opportunities to be made, and transition into the future to exist.

You Can Either React to Change or Participate In It!

Understand Energy. Evolve Energy. Control Energy. Change Climate. Renew Energy 

Reimagine the future: Replace "Climate Change" with "Energy Change." 

EcoTech Energy is changing the future of Energy and the Climate Crisis, by being committed to changing the direct cause of any problem ahead. Demanding adaptation, resiliency, sustainability, renewability, innovation, access, and accountability from our supply of energy. EcoTech Energy's R&D team has gained access to the executives within the Energy Sector to find The root cause, to find the solutions to build tomorrow's future.


Renewable Net-Zero Technology Energy Investments Will Grow Approximately

   $9-Trillion By The Year 2040  

What Actually is Energy? 

You don't think about it but, Energy is essential for all life and all processes that occur across the entire universe. On Earth, the Sun is the ultimate source of all energy that is available and used by people, animals, plants, and microorganisms. This energy may come directly, such as in the form of photosynthesis, the process by which plants use Sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to create oxygen and energy. Or indirectly, such as in the form of fossil fuels traditionally used in the form of Coal, crude oil, and natural gas; which long ago trapped the energy of the Sun that is released when burned. Energy is also a conserved quantity with a finite amount in the universe, though there is a near limitless supply. At 93 million miles from Earth, our Sun is a middling star that provides nearly all the energy on Earth. Each minute of every day, enough Sunlight falls on the Earth’s surface to meet the world’s energy demand for an entire year; and it’s free.

Why Is Energy Important? 

Energy is a basic human need, we use energy to not only heat our human-made structures but we use it to cool them as well. Energy is necessary for getting up out of bed, walking down the street, or even lifting your finger. It’s also necessary in abundance for all types of modern conveniences, from light bulbs to appliances to vehicles. It is needed to simply stay alive, is in everything that we eat, consume, or use. Energy fuels and regulates the body’s natural internal functions. It repairs cells and body tissue is used to build muscle and is necessary to maintain homeostasis.  

What Types of Energy are there? 

Nearly all energy comes from the Sun, where nuclear fusion reactions create massive amounts of energy as atoms are fused in the core and released out towards Earth. The energy we use in everyday life comes from a variety of sources that have captured and stored this solar-generated energy. Renewable Energy, Alternative Energy, and Fossil Fuels.






















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