"Our Planet" Show to Feature New Series, "Fueling the Future"

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New Series explores clean and affordable energy solutions.

The producers of "Our Planet" are pleased to announce a special series, Fueling the Future, focusing on alternative and sustainable energy sources that will power the advanced technologies of tomorrow. The show marries an unrivaled host, Greg Gumbel, with a team of award-winning producers, and provides viewers new information that will impact their lives.

Energy is the vital force powering business, manufacturing, and the transportation of goods and services to serve the American and world economies. Energy supply and demand plays an increasingly crucial role in our national security and the economic prosperity of our nation.

Developing energy efficient technologies for buildings, homes, transportation, power systems and industry are instrumental in establishing the safety, reliability, and efficiency of energy supplies in a global marketplace. As America's need for energy grows, we are establishing clean fuel initiatives to make the most of traditional fossil fuel, while also investing in cutting edge research to develop new, sustainable sources.

In this "Our Planet" series, we'll explore clean and affordable energy solutions through advances in wind, hydro, geothermal, biomass and other alternative energy sources. We'll speak with organizations and industry experts to find out how we can reduce our oil dependency. Viewers will learn about new developments taking shape and how they'll impact our future energy needs.

"Our Planet" identifies and promotes products and services that conserve resources and habitats, minimize ozone depletion and global warming, and promote less waste and toxic pollution. Highlighting those who are championing conservation efforts, "Our Planet" provides viewers with the latest news, research, and expert advice on new products and technologies that are changing the energy industry as well as the global landscape. The show's in-depth editorial stories provide the latest information in this exciting field.

For more information, please visit http://www.OurPlanetStories.com.


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