Can London Become A Self Sustaining City?

London is one of the brightest most vibrant and multi cultural cities on Earth.

I remember my first day in London.

I went to a place called Canary Wharf and it was stunning.

I fell in love with the tall buildings to the rivers.

I especially liked the way marketing agencies and banks were located in that area.

This made me feel like it was the place to be since I loved business and digital marketing.

Of course, there has to be something that powers up the bright city of London.

And the thing that powers London is a dirty type of energy called fossil fuels.

This is not a sustainable way to keep powering the city and its power will eventually collapse if it keeps on with its current energy source.

So, is there a way to have self sustaining clean energy powering London?

You’ll be pleased to know that there is a way to power London with clean self-sustaining energy that won’t pollute the planet.

And the name of that energy source is, solar energy.


Solar energy takes the rays coming from the sun and converts them into electricity.


And I’m sure you already know, the sun isn’t going out anytime soon and will be producing energy for millions of years.

This is an incredible way of producing energy.

What do we have to do to make London move over to solar energy?

First of all, the cost of solar technology needs to go down.

You see, solar technology is a fairly new technology and when new technology shows itself, it typically comes at an expensive price.

We need to produce people in the education system and stress the need for solar energy for upcoming generations.

This in turn can help increase the amount of people working on solar technology and help drive the costs down.

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