A new report has found that energy-saving technology can provide power to the most vulnerable parts of the world, from poor countries to the US.
The report, commissioned by the US Department of Energy (DOE), says that energy technology has the potential to save lives by helping millions of people in developing countries who lack access to clean energy.
The study, published in the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH), found that in developing nations, energy-saving technologies, such as LED lighting, LED water heaters and LED cooking appliances, have the potential of saving as many as half of the lives of people living in extreme poverty.
The findings were presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana, this week.
“If we are going to be able to solve the world’s energy challenges in the coming years, we need to understand the best ways to apply technology that is safe, effective and affordable to those who are most in need,” said study lead author Michael Loughran, a professor at the University of Southern California’s School of Public Policy and Governance.
“These technologies are the key to this solution.”
The report looked at the technology that has been most effective at reducing energy consumption in developing economies, and looked at where those technologies could be most widely deployed in the next 10 years.
“The world is on the cusp of a huge energy transformation.
In some parts of Asia, Africa and Latin America, power grids are coming back online, and in some parts they are starting to return to normal,” said Loughan.”
It is time to make sure that we do everything we can to make this transition a success.”
In a separate study, the same researchers examined how energy efficiency and renewables are helping people living near the coast.
The researchers looked at data on energy usage in China, India, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines, where there are more than 300 million people.
The results showed that people living along the coasts of these countries were most affected by the energy crisis.
People living near coastal areas were much more likely to have low incomes, less access to electricity and lower incomes than those living inland, but they also had the lowest rates of air pollution.
They were also the least likely to be connected to public water and sewerage systems, were more likely than inland residents to have electricity outages, and were less likely to use solar energy, according to the study.
According to Loughans research, one of the key strategies to reduce energy consumption and emissions is to provide people with energy-efficient appliances and other products.
“For the average American household, if you buy an electric lightbulb, it’s probably not going to save you much money in the long run.
You’re going to need to replace it,” Loughanes said.
The research found that there are at least two ways to reduce the amount of energy people consume, with one being to buy energy-smart LED lights.
“We found that people in China and India were using LEDs for energy saving at the same rate as they were buying them in the US,” Lougans said.
“What this really tells us is that if you can do both at the price that people are willing to pay, you are going for a pretty good long-term solution.”LED lightbulbs are one of a range of products that are being sold in the developing world, such a LED lighting kit.
The LEDs are used to power LED water heater units and LED lighting.
“People in developing markets are looking for products that provide them with energy savings,” Laughlin said.
“LED light bulbs are a very cheap way of doing that, and that is really going to make a difference.”
The US government has pledged to invest $150 billion in research into energy technologies, including LEDs and other energy-generating products.
A new report published by the American Chemical Society (ACS) has found more than 1.5 billion LED bulbs were sold in 2017.
The ACS report, titled “LED and Energy: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of a New LED Lighting Technology”, found that a new type of LED lightbulbert that emits only blue light would cost less than a comparable bulb.
The bulbs are currently made in the USA and Canada, but there is a potential for them to be produced in other countries, said ACS President and CEO Scott Marder.
The new research, Marders group said, has potential to reduce electricity bills by up to 80%.
“It’s really exciting that there’s a market for LED lighting in places like India, China and Indonesia, and there’s going to have to be a lot of innovation,” said Mardes group President and Chief Executive Officer Steven Loughren.
“I think there’s really been a huge opportunity to see how the energy industry can use that to deliver the benefits of energy to people who have