Third Industrial Revolution

Coaching with systemic perspective for the third Industrial Revolution the possibility of sharing power among billions of people marks the beginning of a new era in which we could attend the steady erosion of traditional and hierarchical organization and management modes, and the adoption in a broad sense of distributive networks characterized by massive collaboration. Jeremy Rifkin systemic Prospeccion of renewable energies the second Industrial Revolution is touching its end. The internal combustion engine powered by petroleum was the attraction of capital and the reinforcement of the process of economic and social growth from half of the last century, which had as limits the current global crises. Fortunately the renewable energies are arriving in time to mitigate the anthropic impact produced over the past two hundred years by fossil fuels, that we can symbolically represented by the following chemical equation: C + O2 = energy + CO2 where carbon reacts with oxygen and produce energy more anthropogenic carbon dioxide. The production of renewable energy revolution begins to converge with the revolution of information and communications technologies. This convergence marks the beginning of the third Industrial Revolution constitute a process of economic and social effects that can compensate for the current crises and be their enhancers in the coming years.

First stage production of the different types of renewable energies, who already receive the name of distributive, solar, wind, hydraulic, biomass, geothermal and tidal power form the first stage of the third Industrial Revolution. Although it still represents a small percentage of global production are experiencing rapid growth. You are investing billions of public and private capital intended to research, development and market penetration. In this scenario, Governments, employers and the population in general will seek the way to reduce the carbon footprint and will try to be more efficient and independent from the energy point of view. Second scenario while renewable energies are everywhere, unlike coal, oil and uranium which are highly concentrated, and that new technologies will enable us, more and more, get them more cheaply and efficiently, need infrastructure to store them.