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    Renewable Energies BHARC1403 - ICWS Rishabh Bhasin   “I declare that this assessment is my own work and that the sources of information and material I have used (including the internet) have been fully identified and properly acknowledged as required in the referencing guidelines provided.”   Introduction Renewable sources of energy are the ones that can never be exhausted as they are provided by nature. For example- solar, hydro, wind, biomass. They produce little or no pollution and hence

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    Renewable Energy Is it possible to live without energy? Lately, the consumption of energy is increasing due to the growth of the world population. In this technological era where all the devices work by using energy, the new humankind challenge is providing sufficient amounts of energy. At Yale University, Dr. Ronald Smith teaches some courses in the areas of meteorology, oceanography, fluid mechanics, atmospheric physics, applied mathematics, mesoscale dynamics, environmental remote sensing. In

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    Renewable energy: energy in which comes from natural resources that are naturally replenished, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat (Bhatia, 2014). This essay is focused on the main three renewable energies, wind, sunlight, and water. Renewable resources are well on the way to out rule the fossil fuel industry because of the diminishing amount of fossil fuels left in the world and increase of renewable resource use, the damage fossil fuels do to the environment, and the various

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    source of energy is the one that is inexhaustible and can also be naturally replenished and readily produced. The next step would be to develop that type of renewable energy efficiently while also distributing it more effectively. The most rational way to create and produce energy is to generate it renewably by utilizing naturally reoccurring resources. Perhaps, that is why energy efficiency and renewable energy are gaining more and more attention from the largest names in the financial, energy, and industrial

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    effective and efficient renewable energy is becoming an increasingly important area of study. According to Sampaio, “with the increase of population and technologic and economic development, human beings need more energy to create a better life environment.” Fossil fuel energy sources, while cost effective, have major environmental impacts that add to global warming, acid rain, and climate change. One renewable resource that is sustainable and readily abundant is solar energy, which is a reasonable

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    Executive Summary The development of renewable and alternative energy is becoming more and more necessary as the traditional fossil fuel energy is a non-renewable energy and can cause various environmental problems such as the global warming effect. However, the challenge today in generating alternative energy is to find a cost effective way while has the smallest harmful environmental impacts. Developing bioenergy have the advantage of reducing greenhouse gas emission while creating great economic

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    Renewable energy provides energy from sources such as solar, hydropower, wind, and biomass which will never deplete. In addition, the energy is not non-renewable things like fossil fuels, so it can be replenished. Therefore, people have been studied renewable energy and Renewable energy is now being used is some places. There are might be some People who believe that it will not play a big role in the future because they think using renewable energy is expensive and it will not replace the non-renewable

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    Southeast Polk High School opened they added many new energy saving products. This included installing geothermal heating under the high school cutting back on the cost of heating such a large building. Many new windows help save on energy used to light the building along with automatic lights that turn off after several minutes without movement. The new high school shows how easy it is to save money and help the environment. Renewable energy is good for all aspects of the U.S, providing jobs, economical

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    Renewable energy constitutes the energy coming from sources that do not get depleted with time. These sources are not typically exhausted and are environmental friendly. Although this paper will focuses more on hydropower, the types of renewable energy sources available in Canada include solar power, wind power, geothermal energy, ocean energy, and bio-energy. Renewable energy in Canada has as well had its environmental impacts. The outcomes pose various impacts to the environment either positively

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    About education defines energy as “the ability to do work” (Helmenstine, A. 2016) which conveys that it can be used to produce electricity, cooling, heating and many more for our homes, office, and indeed for our environment. Although, it have undoubtedly became an important part of our life, making our task easier to achieve; it still has a lot of negative impacts whether it be on the environment, the health of humans, or the animals. The most common type of energy that is being used today is fossil

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