Sustainable Energy Solution in Algeria: a Collection of Good Practices from SSB Japan's Project to Provide Effective Solutions for Energy Paradigm Shift
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The global energy demand is projected to increase, even in the face of substantial declines in fossil energy intensity because of energy demand needs of population and economic growth. Fossils fuels could not no longer satisfy the increasing of the world energy demand. Solving the current energy crisis will necessitate long-term prospective initiatives for long-term development. Renewable energy resources appear to be critical in this regard, as well as one of the most efficient and effective alternatives for long-term development. As a result, a move to a more sustainable mix based on the utilization of renewable energy sources, increased energy efficiency, energy conservation, and greenhouse gas mitigation is required. The success of the global energy paradigm shift depends on the development of technological innovation in the energy industries. Solar energy is by far the largest untapped resource and key primary energy exploitable resource among renewable resources. Algeria receives the most solar radiation per square meter of any country on the planet. Under the Sahara Solar Breeder (SSB) project idea, a broad variety of intensive and promising research and development is being done in order to generate technology choices that can allow energy security, climate stabilization, and economic development from solar energy. The goal of this project is to propose effectives solutions for the paradigm shift. The SSB project offers an especially attractive approach in which solar energy must be dispatched to the end user on demand via High Critical Temperature Supra Conductor cables. The anticipated patterns of future energy use and the resulting environmental impacts are thoroughly discussed. Along with the adoption of the SSB project, potential solutions to current problems are identified.