Deloitte report indicates rocky road ahead for renewable energy sector

It is an attitude problem, a lot of company and private individuals are yet to see the need for renewable energy as an important integral part of their business plan, what an ignorant skipping of vital business saving point!

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DeloitteGlobal investment in the renewable energy sector is set to continue to decline in the short term from the 11 percent fall seen in 2012. This is according to the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) Alternative thinking 2013: Renewable energy under the microscope report.

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Android. More Variety, More Freedom, More Users than iPhone… and now it officially has more apps!

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Android’s always been known for it’s explosive success… it came from being an extremely distant and unpopulated underdog to a superstar in record-breaking time. It’s app growth rate decrowned iPhone, and it’s user adoption grew at such a rate that the opposition’s brand loyalists had to damage control iPhone’s lack of variety by trying to spin Android’s assets against it.

Android-King-200x200[1]As hard as they wanted it not to be, the ubiquity that opposition wanted to be a flaw better proved that Android has the true sense of variety and intuitiveness to make it suit the wants of each individual user. Where iPhone users have no choice but to conform to the subset they’re given, any desire of any faction has it’s welcoming on Android. As much as they wanted “fragmentation” to be the Achilles heel of Android, the wiser, the more intelligent knew the fact that fragmentation was nothing…

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