Home of the third industrial revolution fortunately renewables are arriving in time to mitigate the anthropic impact produced over the past two hundred years by fossil fuels. 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 scenario: the production of different types of solar renewable energy, wind, hydraulic, biomass, geothermal and tidal power make up the first stage of the third industrial revolution. In this scenario, Governments, employers and the population in general to 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, we need infrastructure to store them.
It is here where the construction sector becomes protagonist of the second scenario. Its transformation and trade and economic implications are powerful for real estate, urban sector and the economy in general… Third scenario: to strengthen renewable energy and reduce their costs, are made necessary prototypical storage systems that facilitate the conversion of intermittent supplies of these energy sources in durable resource. The element, widely available, which can be more efficient is hydrogen. In addition to being the most universal for all types of energy storage renewable that you can ensure a stable supply, it ensures both power generation and transport, which is also very important. Fourth stage: the main electrical companies from Europe, United States, China and Japan and also of certain emerging countries are producing prototypes of the fourth stage: conversion of the mains taking to the Internet as a model, which will allow to the companies and the resident population produce their own energy and share it.