The Energy in Norway
To describe an energy market as an accomplishment would probably mean that this market is dependent wholly on green alternatives, has no impact on the nature, produces electric power at rates enough to satisfy the demand for power of a whole region dependent on it and requires no expensive man power to maintain it. However, this would be entirely wrong – the Norwegian energy production is being among the most advanced and at the same time cleanest electricity production approaches despite the use of oil and fossil fuels since Norway is among the top European exporters of oil.
But I do admire the market? Firstly, because of the desire of the people of the country to change. The installation of thousands of wind turbines each year ensures the transition to a more environmentally friendly productions. Additionally, the energy production pollution is compensated by a cleaner business, and by other sectors such as transport and recycling. So even if the energy production pollutes a lot, the country still manages to reduce other areas of polluters so that no-one states at the electricity as an atmospheric monster.
And just like the Rowan Dartington services in finance, Norway has excellence in maintaining its energy systems. Even at the coldest of weather and the strongest of snowfalls, electricity does not stop and energy supply is constant. Additionally, fossil fuel plants are furnished with special technology that ensures recycling of the waste air. Water plants are installed in almost all regions of the county and provide power for the industry, especially the oil refineries in the country.
So can that be a bad market? I doubt there is a better energy market than the Norwegian one – this is where you have sustainability, comfort of production, innovation and a future full of green changes.
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