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Once upon a time, in the not-too-distant future, clean energy was the norm. Fossil fuels were a thing of the past, and the world was powered by renewable energy sources. One of the most popular forms of renewable energy was solar power.

People had installed solar panels on their rooftops, and solar farms popped up all over the world. The energy generated by these solar panels was stored in large batteries, which provided power to homes and businesses.

That was only the beginning … Inverters were used to convert the DC energy produced by solar panels into AC energy that could be used in homes and businesses. These inverters were incredibly efficient and helped maximise the energy that could be generated from solar panels.

Electric vehicles, powered by the same batteries used to store solar energy, also became commonplace. They were quiet, emitted no pollutants, and were highly efficient. With no need for fuel, they saved people money on petrol whilst helping to reduce their carbon footprint.

It wasn’t only homes and businesses that benefited from this clean energy revolution. Entire communities had become self-supportive, generating all the energy they needed from renewable sources. They saved money on electricity and taxes and were able to sell excess energy back to the grid, earning money and further reducing their dependence on fossil fuels.

As a result, there was no need for fuel, and people saved money on fuel and taxes. Governments encouraged the use of renewable energy sources by offering incentives to taxpayers who installed solar panels or purchased electric vehicles. These incentives helped driving the adoption of clean energy and made it more accessible to everyone.

The net results. The air was cleaner. The water was clearer. The world was a more beautiful place. This was the future that people dreamt of, and they had made it a reality through their commitment to clean energy and sustainability. Eventually at a fraction of todays’ costs.

There’s always a Better Way.

“The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope.” Barack Obama