What’s going to happen when the next big energy technology bubble pops?
If the market does explode, it will be a time when there are a lot of companies that are going to have a huge amount of market share, but they’re going to face a lot more competition than they had before.
And that will make the next wave of tech-driven innovation even more disruptive, even more exciting.
The question is whether that disruption is going to be in the energy sector or in the tech sector.
We know that it’s going be in both.
In energy, there’s been a lot innovation in renewable energy.
Solar has become more widely available, and now companies like Tesla and SolarCity have made their big bets in this space.
But there’s still a lot going on in the technology sector, and it’s a lot harder to compete.
The solar industry has had a lot to do with the shift to a sustainable future.
The solar PV industry is still very fragmented, but it’s now able to produce large amounts of energy.
So you have more companies that can build out large scale projects, and those are the ones that have the capacity to deliver energy to consumers and businesses.
There’s still not a lot that is being done in that sector, but that’s changing.
The same is true of wind.
There is a lot happening there, and the big players have the potential to drive the next generation of energy technology.
In the end, it’s not going to all be solar, wind, or even the natural gas industry.
But they’re all going to play a big role.
I think the biggest threat to the renewable energy sector right now is the price of oil.
Oil is still in a very low spot, but the US shale oil boom is already affecting the world energy market.
In a couple of years, oil prices could be much lower.
If prices continue to fall, you could see a lot less demand for renewable energy and a lot fewer new companies coming to the market.
So I think that will have an effect on the energy industry.
I think a lot can happen over the next couple of decades, but right now, we’re just seeing the first signs of that.
This article originally appeared on The Huffington Store.