One way is the investment in renewable energy that will need to occur to lessen carbon emissions – these though at high initial capital costs, through research and development into higher outputs, will result in vastly cheaper energy for both industry and the public.
Like Scott said, once renewable energies are more developed, they will become cheaper than coal, though this is many many years into the future. Energy efficiency and conservation are even better, more immediate ways to cut carbon and save money. When you conserve energy, you see an immediate drop in your monthly utility bill. Likewise, you see the same effect when you install energy efficient appliances, though that will take longer to pay back. Nevertheless, it’s clear that the energy revolution, in the end, will be cheaper as well as sustainable.
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