Fossil fuels are currently the fundamental backbone that the global economy needs to get its energy and supply high-demand markets, especially with the winter season drawing close. Yet, in the competitive environment that countries have to face, limiting a market’s source of energy to one type has become nothing more than economic suicide. As it has become a key rule to accept diversity and inclusion to succeed, the energy sector must follow the same rule in not just its people, but the types of energy it uses. The relationship between energy diversification and economic growth is indeed complex, something which needs to be carefully fine-tuned as policies according to the conditions of each individual country. It has been found, as many experts would agree, that energy diversity is undoubtedly a catalyst for economic growth.