Adopting clean energy is an integral part of the fight against climate change. To achieve Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) on track, we must aim to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy by 2030. On the occasion of the International Day of Clean Energy on January 26, Fairland would like to embrace renewable energy with its innovation in clean technology to power up a sustainable energy future for all.
Clean Energy Plays a Vital Role in Emission Reduction
The United Nations recognized that energy is at the heart of the climate challenge and the key to solving it. By far, fossil fuels (such as coal, oil, and gas) are the most significant contributor to global climate change, contributing more than 75% of global greenhouse gas emissions and nearly 90% of all carbon dioxide emissions. Avoiding the worst impacts of climate change will require cutting emissions by approximately half by 2030 and reaching net zero by 2050.
Ending our reliance on fossil fuels and investing in alternative sources of energy that are clean, accessible, affordable, sustainable, and reliable are our priorities for achieving this goal. Therefore, the United Nations designated January 26 as the International Day of Clean Energy, an official day encouraging people to raise awareness and mobilize action for a just and inclusive transition to clean energy for the benefit of humanity and the planet.
Clean energy is vital in reducing emissions when grappling with climate change. The IEA's Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2023 report shows that the deployment of clean energy technology has progressed rapidly in 2022, with the momentum towards the clean energy economy significantly accelerating. Heat pumps had another record-breaking year, with an 11% increase in sales. It is close to the 15% average compound annual growth needed to comply with the Net Zero Scenario. However, a complete transition to net-zero emissions will require rapid innovation to bring clean technologies to market.
What Is Clean Energy
Clean energy is renewable energy that comes from abundant natural resources all around us, such as the sun, wind, and water. These resources emit little to no greenhouse gases or pollutants into the air. Solar energy is the most abundant of all energy resources and is available even in cloudy weather. Solar technologies convert sunlight into electricity through photovoltaic panels that concentrate solar radiation and can be widely used to provide heat, cold, natural lighting, electricity, and fuels.
Renewable Energy to Dominate Global Power Sector Transformation in the Future
Over the past decade, the cost of manufacturing solar panels has plummeted dramatically, making solar panels not only affordable but often the least expensive form of electricity. In 2022, solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation reached a record of nearly 1,300 terawatt-hours (TWh), an increase of 26% from 2021 and logging the highest absolute generation growth of all renewable technologies in 2022. Extraordinary progress in pivotal technologies such as solar power shows that all is possible.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) estimates that variable renewable energy (solar PV and wind) would dominate the transformation of the global electricity sector. According to projections published by the United Nations, affordable electricity from renewable sources could provide 65% of the world's total electricity supply by 2030. By 2050, 90% of the power sector will be decarbonized, massively cutting carbon emissions and helping to mitigate climate change. Achieving this goal requires intelligentized, digitalized measures to enhance flexibility to accommodate daily and seasonal variability.
Provide Affordable Green Energy with Innovation in Clean Energy
On the occasion of the International Day of Clean Energy, Fairland is proud to be part of the global movement towards a sustainable energy future. Dedicated to driving innovation in clean energy, Fairland promotes sustainability through its InverX solar energy storage system and Green iGarden solutions.
InverX solar energy storage system provides an efficient and reliable way to utilize solar energy while reducing our reliance on traditional energy sources. With a hybrid inverter and high-voltage scalable batteries, the InverX solar energy storage system can support 100% three phase unbalanced load, which reach the maximum efficiency up to 98.2% . A UPS level switch of less than 10ms provides emergency power in the event of a mains failure, as the one-stop power solution available all year round.
Additionally, the Green iGarden solution presented by Fairland incorporates outdoor robotics, energy-efficient electrification, green energy supply, and AIoT-assisted central control. Powered by TurbsoSilence® Full-inverter technology, one of the core technologies of the Green iGarden solution, the iGarden Green Management System enables all-in-one inverter control, allowing energy-efficient equipment in residential pool systems, such as inverter pool heat pumps, to operate with active power savings while intelligently interconnecting with the InverX solar energy storage system. The Green iGarden solution enables connected intelligence and flexibility in appliances, reflecting Fairland's ultimate dedication to optimal performance, energy efficiency, and environmental sustainability.
Join Fairland to Enable a Sustainable Energy Future
The latest Net Zero Roadmap from the International Energy Agency (IEA) demonstrates that although the path to limiting global warming to 1.5 °C has narrowed, governments can still achieve the goal if they continue to build with even greater ambition on the robust growth in clean energy technologies like solar PV. With the next few years of critical importance, Fairland believes its commitment to sustainability is more than vital but essential. By investing in innovative solutions, Fairland contributes to the global efforts to reduce carbon emissions and create a greener future for all. Join Fairland and be a part of the International Day of Clean Energy. Let's continue to work together towards a more sustainable energy future.