New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
A leading energy provider , Plymouth Rock Energy recently posted a sophisticated but easy-to-understand infographic on the company website, http://www.plymouthenergy.com. The new infographic describes the acceleration of Fossil Fuels consumption and its ultimate depletion as a viable energy resource. It further states the potentially catastrophic outcomes for contemporary society while, at the same time, offers optimism for charting a new energy conservation course. As a result, individuals and companies seeking a range of innovative strategies to reduce costs and improve their own environmental impact stand to gain.
The company’s infographic outlines the reality of limited fossil fuel production, suggesting peak production hitting sometime between 2010 and 2020. Once this occurs, production will decline and several options present themselves. Experts in the fossil fuels fields suggest soaring gas prices due to shortages, a decline in global development, and environmental destruction as a consequence if sustainable energy solutions are not sought.
Yet, the infographic goes on to state there is a better way. Energy conservation through the development of alternative fuel sources, reduction of carbon dioxide pollution curbing man-made global warming, offers real promise. Plymouth Rock Energy believes that utilizing sustainable resources such as natural gas, hydropower, wind, and solar energy production can provide long term solutions. Adding to energy conservation efforts are the use of ethanol fuel blends, readily available natural gas deposits, electricity, and hydrogen fuel cells.
Plymouth Rock Energy provides contemporary solutions to companies with a three-pronged approach that includes Energy Efficiency, Demand Response, and Solar Energy. Each approach helps companies manage their current energy utilization, as well as promote cost containment strategies for the future.
To learn more about sustainable energy practices and additional data Plymouth Rock Energy’s infographic entails, please visit http://www.plymouthenergy.com or call 1.855.327.6937.