According to Reuters, Sweden is currently in the process of generating all its energy from renewable sources by 2040, a high ranked regulatory officer from the nation recently disclosed.

Renewables, for example, wind and hydro a year ago accounted for 57 percent of the Nordic country's 159 terawatt-hours (TWh) of power generation, with the majority of the rest originating from nuclear, disclosed Anne Vadasz Nilsson, Director General of the Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate.

"We are not heavily populated, we have a considerable measure of good places to position large-scale land-based wind and there is great potential for that in Sweden," Vadasz Nilsson informed Reuters during an interview on the sidelines of the Singapore International Energy Week symposium.

Swedish production of wind power has progressively increased as it turns out to be more cost-effective, and it now consists 10 percent of the nation's total energy generation, from practically zero some years back, she disclosed.

Sweden intends to add 18 terawatt-hours (TWh) of yearly renewable power production by 2030.

black rock solar burning manYou have never heard of “Burning Man”, then you aren't being as artsy smart as you think you are!  “Burning Man” is an annual event that is second only to Woodstock. This where people gather each year to celebrate their crafts and designs, giving life a beauty that can only come from heart felt art. So what does the 60s concert have to do with today's art festival? Well more than you may realize, but only cleaner and probably safer.

In the 60s, people were all about “Make love, not war” and  “Peace”. It was the era of racial riots and Vietnam and “us against the man” protesting. Then came Woodstock. Bringing thousands of people together in a farmer's field. They listened to music that is still popular today. They shared make-do beds, they shared food, they shared each other and they found peace, if only for 3 days.

Today, with “Burning Man”, it is a crazy desert art festival and party of thousands of people in the middle of the Nevada desert. People are getting on air planes and driving 100s of miles to attend this huge art festival and be a part of all things beautiful to make the world beautiful and clean with environmentally safe objects. Sounds like an oxymoron doesn't it?  Be environmentally conscious while driving your gas powered car or flying on a plane putting out emissions that are polluting the skies.

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