Securing the livelihood of generations to come.
GP JOULE’s mission is to protect our natural environment and habitat for future generations, by making the use of climate-friendly, 100% renewable energies the new norm.
Today, already 100% of the total energy consumed worldwide could be produced from renewable sources. The declared goal of GP JOULE is, to turn this simple statistical fact of today into reality tomorrow. GP JOULE has taken the initiative to assume responsibility, amongst others, for preserving our planet as a healthy and balanced living space for us, the next generations, as well as the flora, fauna and the entire ecosystem.
In order to impact the energy cycle in the long term, one needs to understand what the circle used to look like, what it is like now and what it should be like in the future.
Before the Industrial Revolution: low energy consumption fuelled via natural resources
The energy cycle is fuelled by the sun, which makes plants grow through the process of photosynthesis, which in turn are used by animals and humans as food. The energy derived from wind, water and sun is in principle unlimited. Yet, the system is balanced and only produces as much as is needed for the day-to-day life.
With the Industrial Revolution: high energy consumption fuelled by fossil fuels
Mankind discovers and exploits oil, coal and gas resources. Quality of life increases, but high energy consumption puts an enormous burden on the planet. Later, nuclear energy is deployed in large scale, creating new significant risks. In addition, all fossil and nuclear energy sources are finite, their supplies are limited and their use has adverse effects on the climate, hence putting future generations at risk.
From the beginning of the 21st century: high energy consumption fuelled by natural resources
GP JOULE expands on the basic and natural energy cycle of photosynthesis by replacing fossil and nuclear fuels with renewable energy solutions. Wind, sun and biomass cover the energy demand in an environmentally-sensitive manner. The conservation of resources while securing a true quality of life in the long term is ensured, without overexploiting the atmosphere and biosphere.