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    modern energy resources is crucial since it plays a significant role in building a sustainable and stable environment system. Targets that the goal aims to are measurable Most of the targets can be easily measured by analysing data or observing the social influence.. Firstly, building universally accessed modern energy services will be workable. Since the measuring system "CWEEDS" can easily collected the data of energy distribution in Ontario, scientists can figure out whether energy is…

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    the energy people use come from fossil fuels and about 1% comes from solar energy. This can be seen as not being a very practical use of energy sources since nonrenewable resources are limited. Renewable sources can be replenished and have a much smaller chance of running out than nonrenewable sources. Solar energy is one of the least used energy sources that people have access to in the world; it is also one mother Earth is relying on to save the nonrenewable fuels, such as coal. Renewable…

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    “I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy to wait until oil and coal run out, before we tackle that” (Thomas Edison). Coal was developed in the mid 19 century, since then all used energy was renewable. The United States designed a graph of energy use up until 1990. It shows how gas, oil, and natural gas had the same importance in 1900 as played by solar and wind in 2010. In 1873, experiments with solar energy began to happen because the concerns of running out of coal were brought up. During…

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    Renewable energy are a source of green energy, environment friendly, but more important in the socio economic aspect, especially since they provide thousands of green job opportunities, and can lead to a new regional industrial cluster. Solar energy is artlessly the energy produced directly by the sun and collected in the earth. The sun produces its energy by a thermonuclear process that transforms about 650,000,000 tons of hydrogen to helium every second. The process creates heat and…

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    develops, the need for energy increases, and the resources are drained. Ever since the Industrial Revolution, we have been utilizing fossil fuels to create the required energy to power our homes, cars, and businesses. Regrettably, our reserves of fossil fuels are running low, and they have been viewed to increase the temperature in the atmosphere and accelerate global warming. As more people in the world utilize our energy reserves, people need a newer, cleaner source of energy. The…

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    switching over to renewables is the constant and the inevitable question of how do we store the generated power? Many scientists have grappled with the problem of trying to discover the best way to conserve the energy, which is a difficult task, because the energy is continuously being stored, some even going as far as to suggest making a new type of grid, similar to the ones our houses are currently connected to which could work for holding small quantities of generated energy. Elon Musk, the…

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    and cons of alternative energy and fossil fuels. There are many more pros of alternative energy. Pros of renewable energy is, it is available all over the world because there is sun and wind. There is no chance of renewable energy becoming depleted in the future. Renewable energy can boost economic growth and increase job opportunities ("Renewable Green Energy"). There are many pros of renewable energy but there are always cons too. There are also cons of renewable energy such as technology…

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    that as a whole needs to look at using renewable sources of energy to sustain our way of living; not rely so heavily on the nonrenewable resources. The world has made many advancements from a primitive way of life to discovering fossil fuels. To now where technology has played a major part in creating ways of harnessing the wind, sun, geothermal and biomass and turning them into power. Many ask is it possible for a community to convert over to using renewable sources and the answer is yes. It…

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    Looking over the United States use of energy, there have been millions and millions of dollars spent on energy. Energy is needed to provide the basic needs such as: food, production, transportation, housing manufacturing, construction, and many other things. We depend on so many things, especially in the U.S. Our biggest energy source are the fossil fuels and we are no longer limiting the amounts of how much we use up. I would say we have reached a certain peak in which we have used up all of…

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    Energy plays an important part in social and economic develop. As the oil price sharply increases, it stimulates the step of researching the renewable energy field. The advantages of using renewable energy reduce the dependence on fossil fuel resources and carbon emission to the atmosphere. The total incoming solar radiation is about 3.8 million EJ per year and it can satisfy the entire energy demand if utilise correctly [2]. The use of solar energy is usually identified in two contexts: passive…

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