Our team has selected the Alternative Energy Industry, with a focus on solar energy.
The company we chose is NextEra Energy Resources, which specializes in clean energy, where solar power makes up a small percentage, but still one of the largest in US.
We're strongly considering expanding solar energy into China.
O’Neill (2009) proposed that Brazil, Russia, India and China would eventually become a larger part of the global economy, with China overtaking the US economy by 2050. He also posits that world energy demand will rise over the next decade by 2.5% per year, with energy process remaining strong throughout this period.
Zhu claims that China’s economy has demonstrated large growth that will moderately slow from 2012-2013, with 8-9% GDP growth during this time. In order to sustain economic growth, China must balance growth towards domestic consumption, phase out government control of commodity pricing and support private and small to medium sized enterprises while phasing out large government controlled enterprises.
Both of these reports support the concept of a strategic partnership with a Chinese company that produces solar energy. With continued economic growth and increased energy consumption, coupled with a governmental desire to reduce pollution and support domestic corporations, the alternative energy industry in general and solar energy in particular are likely to become successful ventures.
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