The reserves of renewable energy are inexhaustible and available worldwide.
By nature, the sun, wind, water, earth and biomass provide thousands of times more energy than the world population needs.
Solar energy is the world's most productive source of power and causes the least cost on our planet.
In most of the world, people who use renewable energy can for the most part receive energy self-sufficient energy.
No one can deny access to the sun and wind and is therefore fully available.
Free access to clean water and affordable energy is a human right
Energy is the basic requirement for economic and social development. It is needed for education, housing, work, mobility, health, communication and food. Today, well over 2 billion people worldwide have either no or only temporary access to energy, 1.6 billion people live in poverty, nearly 660 million people have no access to clean water, and 800 million people still suffer from hunger. Without energy and clean water, economic and social development is impossible.
In contrast, we have a scandalous buildup of surpluses that are often thrown away. Our current economies generate surpluses, soil damage, groundwater, beneficial insects, biodiversity and our climate.