The greenhouse effect, a term first used in the early 1800s with a growing understanding of the relation between solar radiation and the gases of the earth's atmosphere, has taken on a dramatically new connotation over the past few decades. Once a subject of little interest but to scientists, it has become an ominous global symbol of unintended consequences, a potentially horrendous downside to the industrial revolution and the use of fossil fuels. The burning of coal, oil, and gas has made possible almost everything that defines modern life in an industrial society. The buildings we build, the cars we drive, the electricity we use, even the food we eat, is based upon the power generated from these fossil fuels. It's the burning of these fuels, of course, that releases the carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that have been indicted in global warming, an increasingly serious concern.
Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has reportedly grown by over 40%, an increase that is expected to continue unless dramatic actions are taken to find ways of getting energy without the greenhouse gases. The world's scientists and engineers have developed a variety of technologies to answer the call, but none more innovative than SEFE, a development stage company focused on renewable energy sources. SEFE has come up with a way to pull pure electricity directly from the air, with none of the energy wasting mechanical conversions necessary with other renewable sources.
The SEFE system offers key advantages over other green energy solutions with remarkable ability to generate clean electricity in any weather condition, in any location, day or night. It can be scaled up for use with the grid or used independently in remote or temporary locations. The company is the world's principal researcher in this technology, and has been rapidly developing controlling patents covering every aspect of the developing science.
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