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    Both of these systems of energy production have their advantages and disadvantages. The pros for renewable energy include: ensured availability, low carbon admissions, and a large scale job creation. The cons, however, consist of: high development costs, unreliability, and the inability to produce large quantities. On the other hand, the advantages for non-renewable energy are ease of accessibility, cost efficiency, and the ability to produce a large amount of energy. While the disadvantages…

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    Solution Essay We have made many innovations when it comes to renewable energy technology, but we have a problem. We need a better way to store that energy. The solution is that we must invest new battery technologies to make sustainable energy viable. If the government can fund billions of dollars for renewable energy technologies, they must also invest in battery technology. If this problem isn 't solved, then the energy produced by renewables will never be able to be as effective as they…

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    Renewable Energy and You Every time a light comes on in a house energy is being used. There many different ways to get this energy. Whether it’s from burning fossil fuels or using renewable resources. Most homes get the energy from factories or utility companies that generate it. Majority of these companies use fossil fuels to generate the energy that is then sent to people’s homes. The bad part about this is that harmful chemicals are produced during this process. A way to slow down the release…

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    Phase Three is centered on becoming more energy efficiency and increasing the use of solar energy so that the increasing population will have adequate energy supplies should non-renewable energy sources become depleted. Energy efficiency can be improved by setting stricter guidelines for energy use for corporations and local businesses. These guidelines should be well enforced. Being energy efficient saves money spent on energy costs, and reduces pollution emissions. Additionally, solar panels…

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    Energy is an essential resource in everyday life. Our world revolves around energy and without it we wouldn’t be able to live. Our main source of energy is indeed fossil fuels but slowly they are becoming more and more limited. With fossil fuels once they are gone and used, they are gone forever. We burn these fossil fuels to receive fuel for planes, cars and powers electricity plants supporting large industries. Fossil fuel comes from decayed plants and animals. Although there are many…

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    Rough Draft Imagine a world where all energy is pollutant free and completely renewable. This is the goal of the alternate energy industries today. Alternative energy is defined as energy that does not consume fossil fuel. Over the past few decades the number of alternate energy sources have greatly increased. All of these forms of generating energy are unique and innovative. Alternate energy sources reduce pollution, create a renewable and abundant source of energy, and all at a small cost.…

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    or Not America Should Make the Shift to Renewable Energy? The concept of a shining future fueled by an infinite cache of energy has existed for ages. Yet, in the current year of 2015, that concept is still far from being a reality. Many countries around the world are still highly dependent on fossil fuels in order to meet their daily needs. Why, in a time full of ever advancing technology, is this the case? Should America make the shift to renewable energy a priority? Opinions vary drastically…

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    INTRODUCTION Energy sources are a vast number but not all of them are renewable and those that are non-renewable are not going to cater for the next generations if we do not change to live conservatively and sustainable . The non-renewable energy sources not only are damaging our environment, they are also depleting . This means that the future generations will not get the benefits we are getting today from our environment if we are not starting to change our values and attitudes towards the use…

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    Abstract 1 Introduction: 2 Types of Renewable Energy: 3 1 - Solar energy 4 Solar Energy Advantages 5 Solar Energy Disadvantages 6 2- wind energy 6 Advantage: 7 Disadvantage: 7 3-Hydroelectric energy: 8 4- Biomass : 8 5-Hydrogen and fuel cells: 9 6- Geothermal power: 9 Appendix 10 Conclusions 13 References: 14 Abstract Renewable energy systems can provide clean, reliable, secure and competitive energy products and services to help meet the rapidly increasing global energy demand. In a…

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    What Is Renewable Energy?

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    Renewable Energy * Wind * Solar * Geothermal * Biomass * Hydroelectric Wind Energy Wind Energy is an effect of the sun 's uneven heating of the atmosphere. Wind energy is commonly harnessed by turbines. Wind is formed when warm air expands and rises up, while cold air condenses and sinks. Wind energy can be used to power boats or even charge a battery. Although, it 's almost a perfect choice, it has its setbacks. The generators need a lot of land in order to function properly and if…

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