Next Generation Power Systems Are Here Now
It’s not the best era to be a boy scout. Boy scouts have excellent survival skills in the wild. They are able to cook rice inside a bamboo, start a fire with stick, some kindling and moss, and are able to tell which way is north just by looking at the position of the aforementioned moss when it’s still stuck to a tree. These skills are all well and good. However, in today’s time, we can already bring a portable rice cooker with batteries in it, a flame starter that doesn’t use oil and, of course, a compass.
Such antiquated ways of living is now being steadily left behind with the urban environment consistently encroaching upon the rural areas where such things are still being practiced. We have electricity everywhere and almost everyone has a smartphone that has the processing capabilities of the earlier computers. It is a miracle of science and technology and we are all deeply immersed in it.
Next Generation Power Systems Take Over
However, it’s not just the gadgets themselves that have improved. Even the system of providing power to these things have also improved with power coming from a variety of sources. Those who are advocates of the going green campaigns call for the shutting down of air polluting coal energy power plants because of the harm it does to the planet. Others meanwhile call for the closing down of nuclear power plants due to the dangers they pose.
When Will The Next Generation Power Systems Arrive?
These advocates for a greener earth and now calling for sustainable energy such as steam power and wind power. However, we still aren’t at the point wherein such systems are easy and cheap to implement. Because of this, the world hasn’t yet completely transferred to the more eco-friendly power systems.
But let’s face it. It’s only a matter of time before someone finally masters the way of bringing these new technologies to the public in the cheapest fastest way possible. It is only a matter of time because the future is actually here now.