The massive use of weapons of destruction is the biggest threat to the world. The use is not only limited the prosperity and creates damage, but it has also put the lethal effects on other areas of living. Energy is one of the key areas where I want to divert the attention of the government.
The world has experienced Oil Price Shocks in 1970s and aftermaths of such crisis were even more grievous. The world faced the global economic recession. The affordable supply of energy to the world was deterred. The countries were unable to meet the demand of energy supply and create economic growth.
It is a universal truth that the energy policy of a country requires to be robust for having a movement on the correct path to economic success and satisfaction. The role of climate change is also an alarming situation with respect to upcoming future energy crisis. The OPEC has shown in the past the inability to meet up the demand at the time of crisis. In that scenario, it is required to have a technically sound and environmental friendly energy policy. This initiative is compulsory for the sake of the survival of the country. For this reason following suggestions are provided:
A strategy is required to be developed for extensive research and development in the field of energy crisis.
An awareness program is also expected to be initiated by making labor aware about the pros and cons of working in the field of the energy system.
A panel is also required to be initiated on the government level to meet up and arrange discussions with the OPEC members.
A contingency plan is also required to be maintained.
It is also important to strengthen the ties with allies so that at the time of crisis no one is left out.
Hands should be joined on global level to face the challenge.
Energy crisis should be dealt strategically otherwise, the nation can be paralyzed. The shift to solar or thermal power can also be an intelligent solution.
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