In a recent report on the future of electricity and the future that’s shaping the future, we found out that the power grid is going to have to rethink its energy-sucking energy infrastructure.

The problem is that the world’s power grid has been relying on fossil fuels, nuclear, and hydroelectric power, for more than a century.

But as the power system becomes more energy efficient, it also becomes more vulnerable to climate change.

That means that more and more power is going into the atmosphere, and the global warming effect of the greenhouse gas emissions we’re pumping into the air is going up, too.

The result is that our power grid, which used to depend on fossil fuel electricity and nuclear power for its power generation, is increasingly going to be powered by renewable energy.

The solar, wind, and hydropower generators are becoming the big energy providers.

The natural gas and oil companies are also coming into the game, but the power companies are the ones that are getting most of the benefits.

Solar panels can run for years without breaking down, and even after a solar storm, the energy from the sun can be stored and used.

Hydropower is becoming the main power source for the country’s largest cities, and its dams, dams and reservoirs can generate power for millions of people without breaking up.

Wind and solar power is a new industry that will also provide the power that will power many of our future cities.

So it’s a bit of a mystery to us what the future will look like if the global power grid were to become more energy-efficient.

But we can see how the future is shaping up, and we have some insight into why that’s happening.

The first thing we need to do is look at the past.

For decades, we’ve been dependent on the old-school, oil-based energy supply chain.

When it comes to fossil fuels and nuclear energy, we had to use these old technologies because of the risk of climate change and the inability of governments to control emissions.

But the past has been changed, and energy efficiency is now a major concern for the world.

Today, the average American consumes around 6,000 kilowatt hours of electricity every year.

That’s a lot of electricity.

And with solar panels and wind and solar wind farms, we’re able to produce electricity that is very cheap, and it’s available to the average person for many years at a time.

We’re also using much less oil.

In 2016, we used about 10% of the world total oil supply.

But by 2050, we will be using just 3%.

That means we’ll have less oil than the entire world combined.

The new energy-saving technologies will allow us to get much more from our oil supply than the old oil supply, and that means that we’ll be able to get more electricity from our natural gas supply than from our nuclear supply.

We’ll also be able, through the use of carbon capture and storage (CCS), to capture a lot more CO2 emissions.

So the future energy supply is going from oil to renewables, from coal to natural gas, from hydro to solar, from wind and hydramulti-hydroelectric.

We’ve also started to see the rise of a new energy infrastructure that’s going to make the world a cleaner place, as the old infrastructure continues to fail.

The biggest breakthrough in this area is the development of the carbon capture technology.

We saw this a couple of years ago in the United States, and now it’s getting to a lot larger and broader use.

Carbon capture is essentially taking carbon dioxide and releasing it into the environment.

And it’s one of the major advances that will make the entire power sector more energy sustainable.

A lot of energy companies are now looking to this technology to reduce their carbon footprint, because it’s cheaper than the alternatives.

For example, the U.K.’s National Grid has built a carbon capture facility in a remote part of Scotland that costs about $10 million to build.

And a number of other energy companies, including Southern California Edison, are starting to use the technology in their power plants.

So that’s one example of what’s happening with energy efficiency.

Another example is in the last decade, many companies have started to put together carbon capture stations on their power stations, which are essentially giant tanks of carbon dioxide that are filled with water and stored in underground reservoirs.

We can now store enough carbon dioxide in these carbon capture tanks to sequester a ton of carbon.

We also have to be very careful when we use these technology.

Because the carbon captured from a power station doesn’t go directly into the ocean, so we need a backup source.

The best way to store the carbon in the carbon-capture tanks is to store it in the form of a salt solution, which is what we have with salt in the world today.

In the world, we store our carbon dioxide for a couple hundred years at most