A report by the World Economic Forum (WEF) hosted by the Swiss city of Davos, has urged world countries to make investments in clean energy for a better future.
The report entitled a " green investment towards the infra -structure of a clean energy) warned that If 515 millions USD are not invested till 2030, carbon emissions would increase till they become out of control and world temperature would greatly rise as a result.
The report emphasized the importance of making large investments in the infra-structure of clean energy in order to face climate changes and strengthen energy security.
"The most important clean energy sectors suitable for investment are the solar and wind energies that would be significantly useful for state’s economies”, added the report.
The revenues of the alternative energies of air, solar, hydraulic, organic, and earthly reached 14 billion Euros in 2007 with a more 7% increase than revenues achieved in 2006.
Yuhans Lacman, the chairman of the United Society of The Alternative Energy Groups said that such energies helped in saving about 8 billion and 600 million Euros of losses arising from using the current energy.