The energy market is growing exponentially, and it shows no signs of stopping.

The market shows many signs of diversification, which is a very good thing—investment in oil is becoming secondary to investment in things like renewable energy sources and research. This is very good news for the environment and energy suppliers.

One of the most important energy suppliers in the western world is a corporation known as Amelot Holdings. This corporation builds plants to synthesize ethanol and purify biodiesel. It has mainly been active in the United States, but recently, it has been attempting to branch out and acquire more researchers and production sites for ethanol and biodiesel fuels. Amelot Holdings is an energy supplier looking for expansion: construction contracts, joint ventures, and mergers.

Another active energy supplier is Environmental Energy. The corporation known as Environmental Energy has a subsidiary company that is called Microgy. This company, Microgy, is essentially a research arm of Environmental Energy: it conducts research in the areas of biogas and agricultural waste, trying to reduce our international dependence on fossil fuels and other non-renewable resources. The fuels being developed my Microgy may someday be used to power cars, heat buildings, and many other potentially unforeseen applications. The best part about this potential fuel source is that it is “green”—that is, it is an entirely renewable source of energy.

Environmental Energy is an energy supplier that operates a variety of different types of energy facilities. It has been in operation since 1982, and has projects that utilize municipal waste, hydroelectric plants, clean gas generators, and energy recovery systems. Unlike many energy suppliers, Environmental Energy’s board of directors is comprised of concerned parties from the public and the private sector. This gives them a unique perspective on issues such as finance, energy conservation, and agriculture.

One of the leading energy suppliers of electricity is Intrepid Technology and Resources, Inc. (henceforth RTI). RTI uses municipal and human waste to produce natural gas. Their company is striving to end the world-wide dependence on fossil fuels and other non-renewable resources by creating a renewable and viable form of energy from waste that humanity must dispose of anyway. RTI has improved technology to the point that methane gas is now accepted in many circles as a viable substitute for natural gas.

The newest rising star in the renewable electricity market is Nathaniel Energy. This energy supplier seeks to halt the damage being done to the environment and potentially reverse it in the future. They also seek to help small-business owners by trying to reduce the cost of owning one’s own business to a reasonable amount. Nathaniel Energy offers special benefits to small and green businesses.

Many energy suppliers are slowly coming around to the inevitable change that must take place for the world to continue to function, but the international community is still incredibly dependent upon non-renewable fuels and resources to function properly. Investing time and money into green energy suppliers may seem like a long shot now, but for the future, it is the best thing that can be done.

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