The energy sector has long been a major contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions. There is an urgent need to reduce emissions and increase sustainability in the industry. Remote sensing and satellite-based remote sensing can help energy companies make more informed decisions about their operations and reduce their carbon footprint.
The transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is a critical step in addressing the global
climate crisis and creating a more sustainable and equitable future for all. Remote sensing can play a key
role in supporting this transition, by providing accurate and comprehensive data on key factors such as
solar radiation, wind speed, and energy demand.
By facilitating the transition to renewable energy sources, remote sensing can help to promote economic growth, create new jobs, and support the development of more sustainable and resilient communities around the world.
Enable the collection of comprehensive and accurate data on key factors such as wind speed and solar radiation, and identify sites with the greatest potential for renewable energy development.
Help to ensure that renewable energy systems are deployed in areas where they are most effective, reducing the need for fossil fuel-based energy sources and the associated greenhouse gas emissions.
Support collaboration and knowledge sharing across the renewable energy value chain, from project developers to energy consumers, helping to ensure that everyone involved in the process is working together towards a common goal.