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In the United States, solar electricity is more economical, accessible, and widespread than ever. Solar power capacity in the United States has expanded from 0.34 GW in 2008 to an estimated 97.2 GW.  This is enough energy to power...
When the sun shines, we may use batteries (technically energy stored as electrochemical potential) or supercapacitors to store the power created by solar cells or steam-driven turbines (energy stored in an electric field, due to the spatial separation of positive and negative...
Unlike solar energy, which uses the sun to create electricity, geothermal energy uses the heat trapped deep below the earth's core. The lava buried deep beneath our earth is as hot as the surface of the sun, and some of that heat escapes. Currently,...
Both the environment and the private economy, solar energy has now been proven to be tremendously advantageous. More and more households are switching to solar energy as their primary source of power as a result of government incentives for...
The sun is a great resource for creating clean, long-lasting electricity that does not pollute the environment or contribute to global warming. Solar power's potential environmental impacts like land use and habitat loss, water use, and hazardous compounds in manufacturing may vary widely depending on the technology. 
Renewable Energy is the future of energy. It’s clean, sustainable, and it’s here to stay. The world needs renewable energy to protect our planet from climate change and pollution. We need renewable resources to ensure that we have enough power for generations to come.
Renewable energy is the future. It’s cleaner, more efficient, and more sustainable than fossil fuels. The potential solar and wind resource is enormous, and costs have fallen rapidly. Some have argued we could transition to fully renewable energy, including transmission lines and energy storage and fully synthetic...
Currently, the world is concerningly reliant on fossil fuels to meet energy needs. This is an increasingly detrimental situation, as these fossil fuels are nearing depletion, and once we get to that unfortunate stage, we will have no option but to turn to renewable energy sources.