Green energy promises to be an industry that will provide many jobs. In the World Green Energy Symposium last October, the discussions turned to cold fusion and Low Energy Nuclear Reaction.
The characteristics of green energy are that the source must be sustainable, with no toxic emissions. The symposium covered many different aspects of technology and implementation of alternative energies. Up for discussion are the many different systems under development as well as those currently in use, such as wind and solar power. Opportunities for exchange of ideas and networking are rare, and this symposium gives both large and small businesses an opportunity to exhibit their wares and share technology.
Some of the sources of energy discussed were New Energy, such as LENR and cold fusion, wing power, solar power, the production, distribution, and use of biofuels, and extensive demonstration and exhibition of green construction and transportation methods.
Besides the focus on the forms of energy themselves, there was significant initiative taken to develop a cohesive public personae. Most attendees agreed that a unified, cooperative front will give the green energy front more credibility with governments and businesses. In addition, approaches for educational applications were discussed. Leaders in each of these categories were available to give their input and to answer questions.
One of the points made at the symposium is that currently there are roughly 8.5 million jobs in existence because of alternative energies. In addition, experts say that another 5 million jobs will probably be created over the next decade.
Andrea Rossi, inventor of the E-Cat technology that promises to bring LENR technology into individual homes, says that the manufacture, distribution, and setup of his E-Cat units and their related technology will be its own industry. Speculation is that perhaps the people in the oil industry who lose their jobs can retrain for cold fusion technology.