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High petroleum output caused oil prices to collapse last year. The price of Brent Crude, a global benchmark, fell by more than half – from $115 per barrel in June 2014 to $49 per barrel in January 2015. Today, Brent is hovering at $50 per barrel and is forecast to fluctuate into 2016. However, the drop in oil prices had no impact on electricity prices. Watch this video to see why it didn’t.

Fossil fuels price volatility will likely continue, while the price for renewable energy is expected to continue to drop, leading to two inescapable conclusions:

1. Fossil fuels are non-renewable and will one day be depleted because they are limited in supply, and
2. Renewable energy will become mainstream in America.

Leveraging anticipated advancements into your present day focus will increase the level of your success in the future. However, very few companies provide fully integrated renewable energy solutions such as those provided by Carbon Recall affiliates.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.