Powering With Renewable Energy


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Natural resources that can be replenished in a timeframe shorter than a human lifespan are considered renewable energy sources. Sunlight, rain, wind, waves, tides, biomass, and geothermal energy are all examples of resources that are abundant in many parts of the world. They seem to have an infinite supply. More importantly, they have a low impact on the ecosystem and the climate. In contrast, there is a limited supply of fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas. We will eventually run out of them if we keep harvesting them. They are created by natural processes, but their supply does not keep up with human demand. Global warming emissions from renewable energy sources are little, on average. Renewable energy sources have negligible contributions to global warming even considering all emissions connected with their “life cycle” are included. This includes emissions produced during production, installation, operations, and eventual decommissioning. The book explains the specifics of this kind of energy that benefits both humanity and the environment. Learn more about the extremely fast source of energy around the world, and how we utilize it to improve the economy, the environment, the climate, and social harmony. Every kind of energy source affects our environment, just like any other human activity. The same holds for renewable energy; each kind of energy has its advantages and disadvantages.

Dr. Ashish Verma


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