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Solar Energy

Sun is the largest source of Energy. The main benefit of solar energy is that it does not produce any pollutants and is one of the cleanest sources of energy. Solar energy is a renewable source of energy which requires low maintenance and is easy be deployed for various purposes. The only limitation that solar energy possess is that it cannot be used at night and amount of sunlight that is received on earth is depends on location, time of day, time of year, and weather conditions. The sun has produced energy for billions of years. It is the most important source of energy for life forms. It is a renewable source of energy unlike non- renewable sources such as fossil fuels. Don’t you think that using Solar Energy is always a better option?

Wind Energy

When something is for free & available in a powerful form then it should be utilized well. Wind energy is a clean, renewable energy source and offers many advantages, which explains why it's one of the fastest-growing energy sources in the world. Research is aimed at improving technology, lowering costs, and addressing the challenges to greater use of wind energy. It is one of the lowest-cost renewable energy technologies available today, with lowest available power pricing.

Hydro

Hydro energy is energy derived from the movement of water. Water has mass. It falls and flows downward due to gravity. When it moves, it has kinetic energy which can be harnessed. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. Using this as a source of energy will make you utilize the power of moving water. The power and energy of water when used in a way so that the final results lead to generation of production of Energy is a very good option as we tend to utilize the natural resource available to us rather the conventional one.

Biomass

Biomass fuels are organic materials produced in a renewable manner. Two categories of biomass fuels, woody fuels and animal wastes, comprise the vast majority of available biomass fuels. Biomass fuels have low energy densities compared to fossil fuels. In other words, a significantly larger volume of biomass fuel is required to generate the same energy as a smaller volume of fossil fuel. The low energy density means that the costs of fuel collection and transportation can quickly outweigh the value of the fuel. Biomass fuels are typically consumed on-site or transported to short distances. Biomass fuels tend to have a high moisture content, which adds weight and increases the cost of transportation. The moisture content also decreases combustion performance.

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