Sustainable Energy

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Sustainable energy is leading to a green economy. With more and more using sustainable energy this will help with the global energy problem that we are faceing. When using this technique we can help meet the demand of energy. This process with help limit some of the damage and danger that we are causing to our environment.Not only is this a method that that can be used over and over again but it is a cost effective plan. The enessitial set up can be costly but in the long run sustainable energy will save you a lot of money. I wish that they offered it cheaper because I really feel like a lot more people would lean more to this option. I myself have that about this myself but the setup cost for me is to much. There are some electrical companies that offer it to you if you are a homeowner which I am not. So if this is something that is of interest  to you I would encourage you to check it out and see if any companies in your area offer a no to low cost program for sustainable energy.

For those of us who are unclear of just what sustainable energy is which is something that I am still trying to learn myself I will talk about it below. I hope that this information will give you some more knowledge and insight on what sustainable energy is.

The most commonly known sustainable energy forms are water, wind, and solar. But that is not all the is also some called geothermal energy and bioenergy. Geothermal energy is a thermal energy that is generated and stored in the earth. Bioenergy is a renewable energy which is created from from natural sources. These sources come from such things as plants, animals, oceans , biomass, hydroelectric, and hydrogen. The great thing about bioenergy is that if you minimized the impact as long as the plants that are used are replaced.

When you use solar energy you are getting the energy from the sunlight and turning it into heat, electricity or even hot water. Most farm use the wind with turbines to convert it into electricity. Some use Hydro generarators but they need enough rain to fill dams for their supply of water.

Sometimes people that live off grid or in very issulated areas tend to have a hard time generating the amounts of electricity that they need compared to just using the fossil fuel generators due to the lack of energy facilities.

I have been told that Douglas Healy has some knowledge of Sustainable energy so if you would like to reach out to him on LinkedIn by clicking on his name above.

I really do feel that by getting more information out there on the benefits of sustainable energy that more and more people will gain knowledge and seek it out. The information that I have read on the subject seems to to be more of a positive option to using it than not.

 

 

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