Leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States have a plan in renewable energy to make it a priority where 50% of its total energy output will be produce by the year 2025. A recent meeting in Ottawa the capital of Canada, had leaders focus their attention to change on the initial plan of outputting 37 percent of renewable energy to 50% by the year 2025. Renewable energy was the big topic because of arising issues of climate change.
A very strong effort is needed and will need the support of all North American countries governments, companies and its populace to work together. A huge component that will help with the plan are the small business that are the anchors that have strong from the customers. A good example is a beer brewery in D.C that is utilizing solar.
The US have already committed tax credits for its citizens that want to install, for example solar panels on the roof top.
Other issues is the methane emissions. This led to an agreement of a possible accord, the first ever of North America involving clean energy and climate change.
As of today, United States relies on 14% of energy from renewable sources, whereas in Mexico it is 26%, and Canada it is 19%.