What we do
Energy is a subject of world trade, a phenomenon caused by the energy dependence, or the inability to achieve economic growth without energy exploitation in various forms. Energy resources that are concentrated in certain parts of the world became an extremely complex and important subject of world trade during the last decades of the twentieth century. Some countries are very dependent on the import of energy, while for some countries energy is the main export product. This arrangement opens up opportunities for a number of discrepancies, inconsistencies and conditioning which SENS intends to bridge in its services.
The consumption of large amounts of energy has brought significant economic advantage to most countries and created the need to face a constant requirement of providing sufficient energy for future economic and social development.
Sporadic solutions and intentions to make progress in the field of clean energy transition have since started to encounter the barriers that exist in the form of policies, social organizations, and conflicting economic interests, but global environmental problems have been increasing and the international community is aware that it has to cooperate in this field.
The need to define a new concept of growth and development of energy is imperative that would determine further development of humankind and economic development.
Our focus on Sustainable energy development and network solutions is very comprehensive in adopting an overview to preserve our planet’s resources to the extent that will satisfy the needs of our present generations without compromising the ability of the next generation to meet the same needs. Our concept is multidimensional, and multidisciplinary, and it can be applied widely in the energy value chain.
Our Core Principles
SENS core principle of sustainability highlights the existence of freedom to use resources that future generations will be deprived of as long as their living conditions remain the same as the conditions provided for present generations.
In other words, inability of future generations to use resources would mean a departure from the criteria of sustainability, if that worsens the living conditions of future generations as compared to the previous ones. Although sustainable development may be understood and interpreted differently, the problem occurs when it is necessary to formulate a model of sustainable economy.