Giving a Chance to the Green Energy to Save our Planet Future


  • Layth Hazim Majid The Bucharest University of Economic Studies



green energy, sustainable development, competitive advantages


The present paper focuses on analysing the effects of using green energy on achieving sustainable development.The competitive advantages and emphasised here and sustained to push finding farther ways to transform the world into a green planet as it was at its beginnings.Under smart strategies implemented reasonably the green energy encourages smart investments and builds a better world for people and companies benefit.

Author Biography

Layth Hazim Majid, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies

PhD Student at The Bucharest Universityof Economic Studies


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How to Cite

Majid, L. H. (2019). Giving a Chance to the Green Energy to Save our Planet Future. Journal of Economic Development, Environment and People, 8(3), 60–66.



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